Seventy five degrees today. Seventy five. Amazing for early April. Absolutely gorgeous. It’s the kind of day that you have a hard time feeling stressed during - the kind of day people stay in Minnesota for. Fresh air, everyone outside lounging and studying in the sunshine. The leaves aren’t on the trees quite yet, so indeed it is not as green as could be, but that fresh ground thawing smell is all around and spring fever has hit almost as hard as everyone’s hay fever.
Mykala and I sandalled (I hope you accept this new word, a verb meaning ‘to walk in sandals’) from our 9:35 to 11:55 classes with nary a shiver. Now, I am currently catching up on email for all my classes, registration, and work stuff. Amongst the piles of mail, I found a ‘resident study’ requesting my input. I have been filling out the form, and generally responding quite positively. However, there was one question that bothered me a bit; it requested my feedback on ‘Temperature regulation in your room.’ Note that the pipes froze in my room this past December, flooding it and causing about twelve hundred dollars in damage.
I marked ‘very disatisfied.’
The song “No Matter What You Do” by Benny Benassi has this little electronic “wooWOOwoo” in in that has been in my head since about 3:30am earlier today. It is a fantastic electronic thumping body rocking anthem that everyone who has the means simply must hear some time. I feel like that sentence should be followed by “dahhling” and a snobby Olde-Money-London laugh.
Flying through the basement of BEC today (literally running errands), I had to pause to take this picture on the phone. Apparently there is going to be a photo copier rave tonight, and all the machines are gearing up for a dance party of epic proportions. Bet they had no trouble printing up flyers for it. I hope they play “No Matter What You Do” at the party - I’m seeing Kinkos meets Mitsubishi Eclipse ads here. Honestly, though, if I find out what they were doing there, I will let you know.
Signed Sincerely (Your only tumbledry updater),
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