Sunday, May 17, 2009

Well the page is opened, I may as well Blog

I'm so tired. And this week has not even properly started. URGH.


That's all I want to say.

*posts blog, then decided that she doesn't want to be boring, and comes back*

On second thoughts, I would rather be writing this than listening to French or writing something about The Kite Runner (sigh) or analysing some Parthenon sculpture, "Poseidon is positioned thus in order to be portrayed as the older, wiser God of the three. In comparison to Apollo, who presents a more youthful posture, the God of the Ocean is upright and imposing..." (Huh, came up with that just then. I'm so using it in my analysis...).

Basically today has been filled with Drama rehearsals. Two of them. One for the aforementioned (?) Drama Ensembles, which is now COMPLETED!! I think that once we've performed them Thursday, I will never want anything to do with The Truman Show or McDonald's ever again. On the upside I can now say "Two-all-beef-patties-special-sauce-lettuce-cheese-pickles-onions-on-a-sesame-seed-bun" fluently, which you may remember as an ad campaign a few years back; if you could say it within a certain time limit, you would get a free burger. I wish they still did that.

Second rehearsal was Pirates of Penzance (I missed the start while at school) which was SO MUCH FUN. An hour of Pirates was better than every.single Playing For Time rehearsal. After it I was almost dazed with glee (my language is rather strange today, just ignore).

Okay that's enough for today. Off to write some essaysssssss.

9 comments:

Alaska said...

hey Liv, how do you get dailybooth on your blog. if you can be bothered then please comment me back =] - p

Liv said...

Hey, if you go to the Widgets section in DailyBooth, they have a html code to add to a website. You then go to Layouts I think, and add it where you want! Hope that helped =]

Anonymous said...

I always thought the main three Gods were Zeus, Poseidon and Athena? With Ares being absent because, well, he is the God of War. Apollo is only a little scamp. Eh, oh well...back to the books I say!

Liv said...

They're the main ones, true, but in the particular image I was analysing, Poseidon, Apollo and Artemis were there =]

Richard said...

Hi, So was there a massive explosion in your house ?

Anonymous said...

Ah! Well thank you for clarifying that for me Liv! From memory, Artemis was a great warrior! Nice to see they still teach Greek Mythology in schools!

Richard said...

You must really Hate the Kite runner
I've never known someone who loves books as much as you do to deface a book like that ;)

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