why oh why...
Wednesday, January 10, 2007

...can i not remember two words. It cannot be that hard to remember "adversely affected" and yet whenever I try to think of them, my mind goes totally blank. I've had no problem remembering "did not believe in an equalitarian system of education" but i cannot remember those two words.

Other than that the revision is going well. It's two weeks until the exam and I am starting to remember quite a lot. I know the infant mortality rates in the 1930s for England and Wales, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden and Chicago. If I keep going at this rate, I'll be able to answer the questions. I am planningon doing questions on health in the 1930s, the legend of the Jarrow Crusade or Ellen Wilkinson, with the National Unemployed Workers Movement as a back up.

I handed my essay in yesterday. It's done and I'm not going to think about it anymore.

I actually posted some stuff into the Blue Sun Room. I drew some pictures. They aren't very good, but they're excellent by my usual crappy standards. I've only ever done two other better pictures, a Georgia O'Keeffe flower and a picture from Durham Cathedral Cloisters.




Sunday, January 14, 2007 12:36 PM


I have tons of moments where names, phrases and word in general just go off on vacation and fail to tell me they're going;)


Thursday, January 11, 2007 3:21 AM


Hey, once in a while we all "have a problem with our brain being missing." It happens, especially to the brilliant among us.

"She just... she just did the math."

Rob O.


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