7:10 PM

Happy Happy Joy Joy

i am happy to say that not only is division v (math and science) over, but now my language requirement is done. i'm taking a break from greek for at least a semester.

today was the day we got the key to the condo and started moving in. tomorrow is the big day for moving though - psycho massive amounts of work will be done. i'm kinda pumped.

so far i haven't napped a bit. that's fun. i would have though i should have crashed and burned already... about 2 and a half hours of sleep before a greek exam is not fodder for a happy day, or so i thought. apparently that's not really true. at least not today.

only a little more paper proofing to do and one final (for blasted history of english common law) and then i'm FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.

well, so to speak.

7 comments:

iconoclasm said...

Are you going to post your paper?

iconoclasm said...

Is this an English error or is it talking about the book? Does this say that Peter and Paul had wives? (third paragraph)

Laur said...

i'm confused about which statement you mean because i can't find an error in the first three paragraphs. help me out?

iconoclasm said...

"Contrast this to descriptions of the rest of the apostles: Peter, Paul, and the brothers of the Lord, all of whom are said to have had wives."

Laur said...

i don't think it's an english error - twould have to be a content error.

but what i know (which admittedly isn't much) makes that an unsurprising statement...

iconoclasm said...

I was thinking maybe they wanted "all of whom ..had wives" to qualify brothers and not the big P's.

Laur said...

gotcha. no idea what they meant.