Don't worry...I'm still managing to fit utter nonsense in, wherever possible.
Today, I had early class (eww) but was back home by 9:45am, at which point I did my homework for Theory and Criticism of Art History (read two articles and write responses for them). It wasn't hard and it ended up being really interesting.
So tonight, I rewarded myself by going to the UCF men's basketball game with the roommates and Colleen's boyfriend. When we left (5 minutes before the end), the score was 90 - 68, and I just checked...we won 109 to 80. Go Knights! It was kinda boring, to be honest (I prefer football), but it was free for students, so it was a nice way to spend an evening.
Additionally, I'm planning on being GROSSLY irresponsible this weekend. First, I will be seeing 27 Dresses on Friday with Anna and maybe Colleen.
Then on Saturday, I'm attending Gasparilla Pirate Festival in Tampa. Oh yes, you read right. It's an annual festival with an epic 3-hour parade of pirates, and the Bay will be full of pirate ships (at some point, there's a "battle" between the pirates and the navy, which ends in the navy's surrender). Oh man, it's gonna be awesome.
Then, as if that weren't enough, Colleen and I are going to be attending the Matchbox Twenty/Alanis Morissette concert Saturday night (conveniently located at the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, practically in the midst of all the Gasparilla Pirate Fest foolishness).
Pirates + Alanis + Matchbox Twenty? Saturday is going to be AWESOME!
But that's not all! I'm going to try to get to Disney a lot from Sunday through Wednesday when my sisters and brother-in-law will be doing a crazy-intensive trip (they are attempting to ride every ride, see every show, and hit up every attraction there is).
The problem is that in the next week, I have to write a 4-page paper based on a movie I haven't yet seen (and am not certain fits with the topical guidelines), write an outline and continue research for my thesis, and study for a very difficult geography exam. Then the week after, I have to visit the Rollins College art museum and write a review on the exhibit, and study HARD CORE for my History of Prints exam (which will most likely be the second hardest exam of my scholastic career...nothing beats that chemistry final from last semester).