Pacifica (autumnwinds) wrote,

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Fark. Yesterday was super-windy, which culminated in a hailstorm in the middle of the night. It APPEARED to be light snow this morning, and so I lurked around the apartment late this morning, thinking I could ride my bike. I went outside at 8:10 and discovered that the light dusting of snow was in fact kajillions of heinous little ice balls, all frozen down to the streets and sidewalks. Darn it. I slid my way to class on foot to be safe, and was accordingly late. I didn't want to take my chances on the bike, especially since this is the first Idaho winter where I've managed to NOT fall down (multiple times, even).

I was so unmotivated today. I spent all my classes fighting the urge to just get up, go back to the Pasture, and go to sleep with a good meal (I had half a muffin for breakfast, and a complete one for lunch, which turned out to be exceedingly unwise. Lesson learned).

8:30-9:30: Ornithology. Foraging stuff.
9:30-10:45: Conservation Biology: Debate on red wolf hybridization and endangered species status.
11:00-12:15: Wildlife Ecology II: Graphs and equations and population estimations.
12:30-1:45: Environmental Sustainibility. Guest lecturer Richard Nagy, campus energy guy to talk about campus energy things*.
2:30-3:30: Wildlife Ecology lab. Went over population stuff, more equations and tables. Turned in this week's assignment and was assigned yet another, due next Thursday, the date of our lab midterm (suppresses urge to maul).

Came back to the pasture after that. Climbed in bed, read book, called mom, watched a snowstorm, made dinner (jasmine rice, with my leftover bean stew and fresh spinach) when Tyler came over, and read while he worked on his tech writing proposal on my computer. Now bed.

*The campus commons was designed without a light switch. Those lights are on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, because they cannot be turned off. Nagy said one of the reasons for this was "aesthetics." -_-

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