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Homeward Bound - The K8ee Train

Nov. 23rd, 2006 01:50 am Homeward Bound

School's been good. Still pretty lonely but it has improved. I watched "Tom Jones" with Kake, and we both enjoyed it although we agreed it was pretty fucked up. I LOVE Albert Finney. I'm now President, Vice President, and Treasurer of Spectrum (aka Queen of the Queers, as Grace said). It's not bad but the club has some serious financial issues that I now have to work out. Any club that budgets $500 exclusively for DVDs of "Queer as Folk" has some finance problems. Still like my classes, and I'm still doing pretty good in all of them. It's a good thing Infectious Diseases is ending soon though, because the longer that goes on, the more I mess up and the more my grades drop. Lab is always fun in that class. I'm careless with fires and E.coli, and I spend most of my time scratching myself and playing with the striker. I don't think it's going to be me who discovers a cure for cancer.

I registered for the spring semester and I'm really looking forward to it. I have no class on Wednesdays and Fridays, and I'm taking all classes I want to take: Latin poetry, American short stories, Amerian history 1968-now, and intro to American Studies. Those are all smaller classes except for the history one, and I'm hoping I'll be more able to meet people in them. I've found it hard to make friends at BU because it's so big.

It feels wonderful to be home again. I got home last night and I was giddy. I could have kissed the toothless guy on the E train who called me "mama". I walked around in Central Park before meeting the homies (minus Juliet) for lunch, and it felt so right to be back here. I like Boston, but it's so obvious that I belong here. The excitement of being home, seeing everyone again, and the holiday is making me feel like an excited little kid. I love it. 

So that's essentially all there  is. Happy Thanksgiving!

Current Mood: bouncybouncy
Current Music: Ringo purring

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Date:November 25th, 2006 04:03 am (UTC)
If you're spending $500 on DVD boxsets then you're not doing your comparison shopping right... :P