Monday, March 26, 2007
I have a lot of imaginary stress this week. In other words, there's a whole bunch of stuff I feel like I need to be doing, but none of it is quite totally obligatory. In no particular order:
- Continue voraciously (kinda) reading anything and everything, non-fiction and fiction alike about India. This all started, or at least became an official project, sometime while reading the novel The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri, although it might have actually been another book I'm still reading that really spurred me into this... I've already forgoten exactly how this began.
- Try to watch four to six episodes per night of The Kids In the Hall (love it, love it, love it), in order to return them to the library on time.
- Blog, for crying out loud!
- Finish the book I've nicknamed The Jesus Book, because it's due back at the end of the week, plus I should be getting The Jesus Sex Book soon.
- Read and comment on the secret unpublished novel, which so far is pretty good. Don't ask me about this though, for I am not at liberty to say anymore, and may have already said too much.
- Learn to crochet a granny square for the Secret Afghan Project
- Use coupon that will expire at the end of the week for free underwear from Victoria Secret.
- Buy a book I don't need
- See Mr. Badger about my character for Dungeons & Dragons. So far I'm a gnome who's a cleric, and I know little else about myself. I'm struggling with this character creation, which makes me wonder if I'm not meant to play D & D.
- Go to work... oh, wait, that is obligatory.