greygirlbeast (greygirlbeast) wrote,
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Howard Hughes and the Irascible Pachycormid

So...the sun came back today, but not the warmth. Still, everything's getting green. Currently, it's 39˚F, with the windchill at 35˚F. There were snow flurries last night after all.

I made it into McWane today and worked on Winifred the tylosaur, which was a badly needed break from...well, everything that isn't working on Winifred the tylosaur. Tomorrow, I have to get back to work on The Cerulean Alphabet, which I need to finish by Sunday. No more McWane until Wednesday. Oh, and I need to have my revision of the glyptosaur paper done ASAP.

This morning I began reading Irving Stone's Lust for Life. It will be the first Irving Stone novel I've ever read.

All in all, it wasn't a bad day. And there was some good RP after I got home.

Tonight, a new episode of The Magicians, and then we watched the first episode of the South Korean series 킹덤, or Kingdom. I think I'm gonna like it.

Later,
Aunt Beast




3:40 p.m.
Tags: cooler weather, fish, glyptosaurines, good days, irving stone, korea, mcwane center, mosasaurs, paleontology, snow, the cerulean alphabet, too much work, van gogh
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