I should probably stop using the word “almost” unless I’m talking about “almost all” or “almost everywhere” in a technical sense since I get annoyed with myself when I use words incorrectly, but I’ll keep it this time.
On Thursday I debated whether or not to go to hear the Wind Ensemble play. I wanted to hear the Strauss Horn Concerto #1, but I didn’t especially want to hear the other pieces. In the end, I decided to go. I figured I would need three hours to complete the script for AoPS, so I decided that those three hours would be 5-8 AM. But after several hours of insomnia, I got up at around 1AM and worked on it for half an hour. When my roommate decided that he was going to stop making repetitive noises that were keeping me awake, I went to sleep finally. I guess my estimation skills are fairly good given that I sent the script off at 7:59AM.
Somehow, despite a tremendous lack of sleep, I felt comparatively awake on Friday. I think the main reason that I was awake on Friday was that I didn’t take notes in analysis. It seems that taking notes in classes is the most sleep-inducing activity I perform other than actually sleeping, especially when I try to write legibly.
On Friday night, I went to see The Importance of Being E(a)rnest in CCS, and that was a lot of fun and very good.
At some point, I also put nearly all of my books in a suitcase. They fit so perfectly. The only problem is that the airport surely won’t accept a suitcase that heavy. I’m not sure if I could even pick it up for more than a few seconds. So I guess I’ll have to give FedEx a lot of money to send them home instead.