Monday, February 23, 2009

so much past inside my present.



I caught him reading for fun. This doesn't happen often, since he's usually too busy reading for school.

I don't completely understand why someone would choose to major in English. Having to write papers all the time sounds like a nightmare. Then again, I don't necessarily enjoy writing... Clint does, and he's really really good at it. So it makes sense.

I'm excited for him to graduate in December. (With the way every month seems to pass by me so quickly nowadays, it will be here in no time.)

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  1. decemeber! good for him! i feel like we're ages away from graduation, maybe because we are.

    oh, oh! i am really up for it.

    (and, you are a great writer.)

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  2. haha... you totally wrote it! and you're right, i think your husband is a good writer. that bio he wrote for you for black eiffel was pretty clever. i think i'd want to marry someone who was a good writer... then maybe he can write these essays for me! =)

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  3. Oh, yes. The days are going by so so fast...

    And reading for fun is fun. :)

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  4. Holy cow... it's going so fast. I hope it goes faster too. I LOVE December!

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  5. First off, how much trouble was Clint in for the bang comment? Second, I got the tickets for Thursday. I'm excited.

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  6. it couldn't have been that much trouble; she didn't delete it.

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  7. yeah for graduating and I am loving that pillow.

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  8. congrats on the upcoming graduation! Good for him! But yeah...writing is a love/hate relationship for me.

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  9. MY husband is in school too, I can't wait for him to graduate...I'll be so excited!!

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  10. I never thanked you for responding to my comment--I look forward to buying some of those dried flowers.

    And, as an English grad myself, I can say I much prefer writing a paper or an essay to a test. I loved majoring in writing--though my job doesn't have to do with that now, I wouldn't take that back at all! Plus, I love reading. So it seemed to make sense. My husband is the science type... loves biology, which makes us polar opposites in the world of education.

    Oh, and I really like your blog. You and Clint seem like really nice people... plus I really like your style. Just wanted to let you know that I enjoy your posts!

    Sorry for the gargantuan comment.

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  11. I know the frustration of not having time to do recreational reading due to assigned school reading. I try to do both, but it takes me far longer to finish whatever my personal reading is.

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  12. English majors are idiots.

    Such a cool-looking book he was reading for fun. I want to read for fun! (Actually, what I'd like is for some of my school reading to BE fun.)

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  13. ah, the days of reading for fun. i've got 2 books chilling on my night-stand beckoning me, taunting me with their sweet pages. but alas, all i am allowed to think about lately are things that make me question why in the world i picked this major.

    (december will be here before you know it. yay!)

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  14. I think I understand Clint. If your going to major in English your going to enjoy words in any form. (Hugs)Indigo

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