I'm working 20 hours + a week at the Texas Language Center, doing everything from maintaining mailing lists to organizing full-fledged language conferences. On top of that, 9 hours of grad work this semester... probably more next semester. I really want to take Historical Linguistics, but I'll also be interning at ESL services as a TA-- hopefully as more of an AI over the summer. And then, after I write my report, I'm DONE! And off to teach for a year in Russia, if I get my applications all in on time =D
So I haven't had much time for drawing or looking at other people's work, which sucks, but I'm bursting with ideas! So hopefully I can work
I had my first real date yesterday with an old friend from high school who moved back after college, and it went quite swimmingly (where's the /manman face when I need it XD?)
First off, I got there annoyingly early, like I do, but then he was able to give me a little tour of his place and tell me about the benefits of having a real job :P Anyway, he got taller somehow, which is really unfair, since I didn't. At first it was a bit awkward, since I've kept in touch with him for the last 5 years but only online O.o Always awkward talking to someone in person after that, but it was a lot of fun.
Anywho, he obviously put some thought into what
My back is killing me ~gwahplz (https://www.deviantart.com/gwahplz) In fact, when I went into my chiropractor, he literally said it was "whacked."
In other news, I loved the new Sherlock Holmes movie, which I saw with :iconnauticalnymph: over the break. It was really over-dramatic at parts and much more actiony than your run-of-the-mill Holmes movie, but it had a lot of the essentials of the old characters, which is what counts ;) I think it's about time that there is a Holmes that is portrayed as a deviant. I mean, it was originally hinted that he was on drugs (pff, like everyone in Victorian England, and like Arthur Conan Doyle himself :p!) But I'm glad that Watson also