I actually debated whether or not to keep the picture above as the cover photo. I basically informed the world that my eyes are green, but I thought it was rather aesthetic. Given that I would look like an absolute goof with my camera around campus during the school week, I just utilize the pictures on my camera. This was one of them.
I have been bombarded with so many things this week that I had no time to sit and draft this post out. Surprisingly, I'm posting at an odd time, but that's okay. Everything else came first. It has been another stressful week, but thankfully, it is over. The worst, that is, is over. I'm still reviewing one research paper, and I have yet to start on the other. Hopefully, this weekend, as I spend my hours hiding in the library, I'll finish with a paper that is commendable. That is my goal, to submit something with little correction needed in the future.
There isn't much that I have to say this week, and maybe that's because it has been such a hellacious week. My mind has been geared towards spitting out assignments and taking exams, and I have had little opportunity to take a moment and reflect. To expand on that, to breathe. Maybe by next week I can include a few links with my favorite pieces for Christmas because next week is lighter. Everything beyond the break is more insanity. Additionally, I'm on a quest for sleep these days. I honestly feel like it is the holy grail of discoveries at this point. Hoping you have a lovely Veterans Day weekend! I'm so thankful for our servicemen and servicewomen!
P.S. I have never been much of a cook, but...but...adding a teaspoon of raw honey, sprinkling garlic salt over a chicken breast, and baking it in tin foil is ah-mazing. Seriously.