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I'm back from my unplanned three-week-ish hiatus from lj! Things have been getting busy in this, my last semester of law school (four weeks until graduation, gah!), and combining the standard paper-writing, class-attending, and sort-of-reading for class with family coming to visit, bar loan applications, and, oh yeah, directing a play, I've been remiss in keeping up on my reading-and-commenting here.

For instance, it's been [ profile] mcsmooch time for two weeks now, and I've barely read any of them! This makes for a fabulous store of kisses that I'll start going through now, and I'm just going to get over my "Oh, but it's weird to comment after the first few days a story's been up," nonsense and try to comment on what I do get to read. (Consider this a heads-up re: awkwardly late comments from me on your posts from the past few weeks, too, since I'm also planning on catching up on the ol' flist.)

I did manage to scratch out a(n admittedly kind of weird) smooch myself: One Hundred Percent (Plus), and posted it un-beta'd, since I thought the deadline was today and have only just noticed the extension. So, if you spot anything wonky or have concrit, please do let me know! (And now that there's an extension, I might procrastinate from the paper-writing I'm supposed to be doing by writing another smoochlet that focuses more on kissing, less on sandwiches.)

Oh, and please link me to cool/interesting/funny/ficcish/important posts that have appeared the past few weeks, if you think of it!

Date: 2009-05-01 04:05 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
*huuuuge hugs* and *squishes* and *pats on your soon-to-be-graduating head* ♥!

Also, keep an eye on your mailbox. :>

Date: 2009-05-02 04:19 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Thank you for the hugs! *hugs you back some more* How is your end-of-semester madness going?

I will if you do! I just sent something off today, so . . . Monday? Wednesday? Why do I not have a better gauge of how our postal system works?

Date: 2009-05-02 04:02 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Oh, you know, madness about sums it up. I think I have about 40 pages to write in the next week, but at least I'm done with the reading? I think? Oh, except a bit more academic reading for references. Also, I am at the point where I just laugh when my children's lit classmates send out lists of stuff we're supposed to read for their presentations. They're all asking us to read several novels, as if we have gobs of free time. Hahaha. At least I've already read half of one person's reading list 'cause he's doing GLBT books.

Why do I not have a better gauge of how our postal system works?
Because our postal system is craaaazy. *nods* I usually find it takes about 2-3 days for a letter/postcard to get wherever within the States, but then there was the time my parents sent a postcard to me at Bryn Mawr from Valley Forge (i.e., really close by) and I didn't get it for two weeks. Packages depend on the method of shipping, but it's usually less than 5 days, I think. And then I sent something to Germany last week and they told me it would take 6-10 business days to get to the country, not even the person. Mmm, postal fun. *sits by mailbox* :)


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