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Nobody Knows: My Degree Is Unteaching Me

Nobody Knows: My Degree Is Unteaching Me

All pictures in this post are illustrations from the 1912 edition of T.W. Rolleston’s “Myths and Legends of the Celtic Race”. Hi. Not dead yet. First exam is Monday, it’s the only one I feel even vaguely prepared for and I’m still terrified. While I was revising Irish Lit earlier I decided to take a shortcut and, rather than reading the translation of the stories that I needed to look over, I thought I’d read the summaries in a wonderful…

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A Day In The Life (Of An Unproductive Cambridge Student)

A Day In The Life (Of An Unproductive Cambridge Student)

Engie @ Musings From Neville’s Navel recently wrote a post detailing how she spends her days: A Day in the Life of a Homeschooled Senior. She’s done this a few times over the past few years, and I always find it interesting to know how others spend their time, especially when their life is very different from mine. For example, I’ve never been homeschooled nor had friends who were, so it’s new to me. I decided to do my own…

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October (Retrospect and Reminiscing #10)

October (Retrospect and Reminiscing #10)

October. I applied to university, dyed my hair black, went to ComicCon, obtained Dragon NaturallySpeaking to dictate novels, translated early 19th-century revolutionary pamphlets from French into English (badly), planned my NaNo novel, made a cover, acquired Tom Hiddleston’s signature, started watching Sleepy Hollow, read lots of books, wrote essays, argued with my characters, reviewed a play for the local paper, planned all my Death and Fairies books, finished watching Firefly, went to a NaNoWriMo event, saw Thor 2, made one…

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