Sarah, Canadian, PhD Student in economic history in Uppsala, Sweden. Former journalist at the Edmonton Journal. Lover of foxes, dragonflies, cats and complaining.

"If you don't forgive somebody you'll never hear the rest of the story."

 

Any chance I get to eat bacon and eggs to breakfast rather that (boring) open-faced, cold Swedish sandwiches, I am going to do it. Bacon yummmmmm, cold ham and cucumbers ughhhhhh.

We are going on a tour of a castle today. But we are scheduled to eat lunch outdoors and it feels really cold and rainy.

I feel really down today and really just want to be alone.

relahvant:

so apparently “normal” people sleep in the pm hours and wake up in the am hours???

Our conference location has a chapel?? #sigtuna

Our conference location has a chapel?? #sigtuna

So far the commentators have been really nice with their questions. This conference is essentially everyone be nice and have fun…zzzzzzz

grumpybadger:

DOUBLE WHAMMY.  I didn’t want to split this set up.

The whole time I was researching for this chapter, I kept telling people, “I hate the researching stage; I never feel like I’m making progress.  I’m really looking forward to writing.”  Now that I’ve got my outline and I’m writing, all I can think is, “Life was so much easier when starting work for the day meant pulling out my Post-it flags and cracking a book, when all I had to do was absorb and process.  Now I have to actually produce stuff?!”  The thing is, I have a fantastic outline for this chapter, so it’s not even like I’m starting from scratch.  It’s all in my head; it just needs to be moved onto the screen.  Now, don’t get me wrong, I enjoy writing when I’m in the middle of it and have a good flow going.  It’s the STARTING to write that’s really a problem.

Currently dying at another conference. My supervisor added me to the round-table discussion without telling me. Wtfffff

dokibots:

haha! have fun at highschool today NERDS. i’m gonna be doing cool ADULT stuff like sleeping WHENEVER i want and CRYING