Saturday was one of those days when I literally locked myself in my room and forced myself to study. As a result of very, very little human contact yesterday, this happened:
The only words I’ve said out loud today are “is this Kindergarten Cop?” So…how’s your Saturday been?
— Abi Downing (@abidowning) December 2, 2012
Four words. All day. Is it sad that I’m almost proud of that achievement?
OH, I almost forgot! During one of my (many) study breaks that day I watched an episode of Mankind. Tori, who I don’t even have to link to since we talk about her so much <3, has practically live-tweeted the past few episodes and it seemed awesome. So I took a look, and you can too here if you’re a history nerd like us😀
Anyways, I woke up today (Sunday) with a huge cloud over my head: cabin fever. I had to get out. Now. No more studying at home. I looked outside just as it started to pour, so that immediately made me want to get back under the covers, but no. I wouldn’t.
My roommate Cara and I finally decided to do something I haven’t done since I was in Argentina: study in a coffee shop. OMGIKNOW, but it’s a scary world out there, man.
So we ventured over to the nearest (crowded) Starbucks, grabbed some hot chocolate, and popped down to
do homework people watch. I almost forgot how much fun people-watching was. We had a prime location: bar stools right in front of a window looking out over an intersection.
- a LOT of people got their Christmas trees today
- you really shouldn’t wear reindeer antler headbands in public
- hey, I know her! *wave*
- that guy in the red hat is suuuper cute
- do people actually meet other people in coffee shops? I wish that would happen to me. I’d make my life so much easier
- they need a fireplace in here
- oh, look at those cute rain boots!
- you don’t get much studying done when you’re staring out a window
So that was my day. I hope you all had a nice weekend! Happy December!!
(And yes, one of the side effects of cabin fever is weird blog posts like this one. I’m going to click Publish before I have a chance to talk myself out of it)