Scott Hardie | March 20, 2002
I'm glad spring break is finally over. I didn't start working on homework until Thursday, but I obsessed about it from Monday on. The real mountain of homework came on the last night, when I had to write a 25-page story, an 8-page senior project, and two 2-page critiques. I didn't get all of it done, but I did enough to still feel crushed by it.

So, I'm supposed to go to my senior project class tonight for a peer editing workshop, but I'm taking the night off. I want to spend a day without thinking for a minute about homework. Technically, I have one critique to do for tomorrow, but that will take less than an hour, and I'm looking forward to reading that particular paper anyway.

Got caught up on stuff today. Finally updated the goo game, reviewed "Resident Evil" after seeing it Sunday, added some picks to the Oscar contest, and did a few other odds and ends. I plan to spend the next hour or two working on WPS4 (Daniel was busy but we'll start our mutual planning soon), then go to a movie with Kelly. This is a nice, relaxing day.


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