Have I mentioned I love rainy days? Because I do. Especially days when it's dark as hell everywhere.
Of course, the downside to the super perfect weather is, I feel like sleeping. In fact, I think I'm going to sleep after this entry. I really should be studying for Public Law, considering I haven't done jack save for Freedom of Religion and even that is incomplete. But - I'm just SO. DAMN. TIRED. The migraine's back, waking up at 7.30 a.m. this morning for the Equity paper wasn't fun at all, I wanted to die halfway through the paper 'cause I was so tired, and when the paper ended I honestly felt like I didn't have the strength/energy to walk down the stairs to the canteen to meet the friends.
I was all chipper and shit last night before I slept, and I slept without reading through my notes. In fact, I only managed to read my Liability of Strangers to a Trust notes; everything else was white, unhighlightened, in pristine condition like it's just come out of the printer. Which is true for half of them.
Evidently, I'm quite doomed. The paper was a huge let-down. I don't know what happened to my brain in there; I just shut down and went on auto-pilot and I honestly had no idea why I did what I did - spend three pages writing about charities when it was half of a quarter of one question, AND when I didn't even freaking study for charities. I wrote a grand total of one sentence for the tracing issue for the third question and it was a statement of the obvious: "A can use equitable tracing rules because he and J are in a fiduciary relationship." How brilliant am I, right?
So close and yet, still so far. I hate this. I wish I had a brain. *does Mel's new patented hair-twirling action, then Rui's hair-twirling bimbo impersonation*
Anyway, it wasn't that big of a deal today. I'm sure I'll get over it in due time. 'Sides, what's done is done; no point looking back and wishing I could fix things. So uh, I dunno, strive to like, look ahead, and stuff.
I received my King Lear ticket OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!1 i'M SO EXCITED OMG!!!!!!!!!!!11!!!!!1 sO EXCITED THAT i HAVE FORGOTTEN HOW TO TYPE PROPERLY!1!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111!!
Downside? I'm watching it by myself. Boo. One of the many drawbacks of not having a boyfriend is that you can't force your friends to spend $200 on a play, RSC it may be. At least with a boyfriend it's kind of like, his, like, fiduciary duty to like, accompany you to a $200-play, even if he might hate Shakespeare. Friends don't owe such fiduciary duties to each other; I know I won't do it for a friend.
Then again, if I'm dating a guy who hates Shakespeare, I won't ask him to fork out $200 for King Lear, either.
Okay, headache's getting worse, entry ain't making sense, I want to sleep.