June 23rd, 2008
|08:22 pm - There should be more hot pink foods|
Huzzah! And my exams are over and done with for another semester.
I had my last one - Research Methods - this morning. And it was rather better than I had hoped. I mean, it still wasn't good - it was statistics after all. Argh! But there was a reasonable enough proportions of questions I could solve, questions I could take an educated guess at, and questions that I took an (uneducated) guess at.
Also, Ye Olde traditional case of staring at the paper for ten minutes trying to remember how to solve that question from the homework was ended by actually remembering how to solve the question from the homework. That's what I call a happy ending.
All that said, I have no idea how I went. Shall have to wait and see, I suppose.
After all that, I ended up toddling around the city for a bit. Which was... random, but in the good way.
For instance, for lunch I had hot pink risotto. Yes, really. Intentionally hot pink risotto.
(It was beetroot, in case you were wondering. Dad would be pleased. And it actually wasn't bad, though it could have used a bit more cheese).
Also, if you are going to be serenaded by a random long-haired drunk guy at three in the afternoon, "Mah Na, Mah Na" is the best song ever for him to choose. Truly. It had me in fits of giggles.
I have the best random shit happen to me, honestly.
Oh, and in other news, anyone (of the Melbourne variety) have/going to have an plans for forthcoming adventures of some description?
'Cos I could use some excitement in my daily life now that things are wrapped up for me for the next month or so. Plus, sitting in my room all day isn't good for the health.
What is coming up in the next month, anyway?
Current Mood: tired
Nah, unless you are willing to smuggle me in your suitcase, that isn't a huge amount of help, really.
I think I sent you an invite on facebook. There's still tickets left for the weekend performances.
And that's not a bit of shameless pimping at all...
(That said, it worked. ;) You now have to live up to the last production I saw of RENT, years back. It made me cry)