Supposed to be reading: Njal’s Saga by an unknown Icelander
Actually reading: Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim by David Sedaris
You know how my brain has a default song? I don’t know how you would know unless I told you, but since it’s me and I tell everyone everything, you can probably answer that question with a yes. So it used to be “Old McDonald” when I was itty bitty. Then for probably most of high school and college it became specifically the words “Her name was Lola” because I have never actually learned the rest of that song. Now, it appears to be “Go-innnnnnnnnnnn to the chapel and we’re….goooooooooonna get ma-a-a-rried!” Maybe induced by the upcoming wedding party or too many viewings of Four Weddings and a Funeral. Whatever the case, whenever something isn’t in my head (too frequently nowadays; I blame lack of caffeine), that is. Blaring. And there’s nothing I can do about it except mentally scream BRING BACK LOLA!
Welcome to Benedictine Education Day, y’all. We’re celebrating being Catholic (erm…) and not having school (heck yes, son!). I am celebrating by going to the library in a few minutes to fight with a Mac and edit a brochure that I made for a class and am now actually getting printed for my job. I’m like a freelance graphic designer now, or maybe I just wanted to get paid for doing my homework. Then I’m going to my job to continue getting paid. Does this make me a bad Benedictine? Whatever, I’m pretty sure he said something about hard work. Like, go do it. So here I go.