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This week’s challenge was time and energy: I had to take the “L.” Being in two plays and involved in several clubs and projects has been eating my time. I’m getting exhausted thinking about my 9 AM – 11:30 PM day tomorrow with practically no breaks. My weekdays have felt like fever dreams and I’ve had an almost-constant headache. Eating a mere brownie somehow turned into a surreally-vulnerable and nostalgic moment that made me feel like I wanted to be a kid again (even though I’m still not really an adult). Thankfully, the last day of one of my plays is Sunday so I will finally be able to tie up some loose ends in my blog posts from the prior weeks. I had to narrow my assignments down and just take pride in what I could do, though it was a slight bummer because graphic design and editing is one of the ones I was looking forward to the most. I trust that I will do well and comment much more for the rest of the semester to accommodate any losses I may take tonight.
For those interested in working with me on the radio show, I promise that I am a diligent worker. I take group projects very seriously and I am familiar with graphic image editing and base audio editing. I like to think that I am creative and have quite a bit to offer, so please consider me. The past couple of rushed works were almost unavoidable and not reflective of my true work ethic. Please visit here to check out my audio samples!
Here are my Daily Creates – if the fact that making the last meal one made me a little sad is not reflective of how my week went, I’m not sure what else is haha: (Will link ASAP)
I don’t want to leave this post on a depressing note or anything, so I thought I’d let you all know that my roommate and co. are watching This is Spinal Tap (1984), which is a mockumentary of a heavy metal band trying to make it big. It is said to have defined the mockumentary genre, and has many similar zooms to the popular American version of The Office. It is very funny so far and I’m sure my friends who are more actively paying attention to it would highly recommend it! My roommate also cooked me some stir fry so I’m feeling pretty hopeful. It’s really nice to see people now, even if it is fleeting. : )