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Wednesday, July 14, 2004
the social science building

I have to go down to school today. There is no way around it. I have to print out some example book reviews and I have to print out some knitting patterns (for me), and knitting instruction stuff (to send to my aunt). I also have to fill out a time sheet. I really like to see how long I can go without going to the social science building. Its not that I have any aversion to it- but it is nice to take a break from it over the summer, and I like working at home and hanging out with Jo here so much better. I was up late again last night, but blogger was down so I couldn't post. Its strange that I have been up late a lot lately. Like I can't go to bed because I have something specific to do. Usually I go to bed around 11 or 12 and then get up around 7am to get an early start on the day. Well, last night I was looking at my bookshelf (totally randomly) and found this book and remembered (well I hadn't really forgotten, just pushed it to the back of my mind) that I have to write a review of this for a journal and it is due in a month. shit. Well, I settled in to read it last night. Its really good and I am intimidated about writing a review of it- drafts were read by *important* sociologists Howie Becker and Mitch Duneier. I guess amazon is getting to know me and the books I like pretty well. Kind of frightening anyway- their recommendations are always right on. This one Studs, Tools and Family Jewels: Metaphors Men Live By looks really interesting so I might have to see if the library has it today. Maybe I'll have more interesting stuff to post later.

posted by knit wit | 7/14/2004 08:38:00 AM

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