it was good times.
first i had something called jazz styles, pretty much the entire text of which you can find here, as that is the website of the nice lady who taught it. what was interesting was when she was talking about the singers from all the different periods, and the list of names i recognized the most was from the bebop era* and she was all "this is when it was underground :D" at least it hink that's what she said but i was sort of *listens to pretty music, zones* so.
then i had block printing, which i do not think i signed up for. it was run by this guy mike [i think?] and his 'assistant' :D arturo who i had the hots for. he likes ♥the cure♥ and would have made it onto the list of kewlppl even if he wasn't hot. which he was. unfortunately, sat next to a very scary girl >>; i kept thinking she was going to eat me. she seemed vaguely mentally-challenged in that way where it's totally un-pc to say anything but there are a lot of girls like that? where they seem just...kind of slow and very loud. you may know the sort. HOWEVER. i made a heartagram stamp *hardc0re* so it all turned out okay.
then was lunch. it was lunchful.
then i went to see MUSICAL! the musical, which was a group of people who knew that improv was funny and that musicals are funny but didn't get that they were less-funny when put together. still, terminator the musical <3. have not, to my recollection, seen the movie [tomjoad? if i saw it at all, i saw it with you], and am curious as to if it's as lewd as the on-the-spot-musical version of itself.
past that was hebrew calligraphy! have completely forgotten how to write in hebrew! although i made a pretty decent go of it if i do say so myself. course was taught by a lady who makes ketubot, so that was cool.
and, uh. yeah. overall, pretty fun [although gabe got EVERYTHING I WANTED today. the bastard]. cannot wait until tomorrow. *glee*
what's that quote from good omens? "oh," said aziraphale dismissively. "bebop." you know the one i mean. someone help me out here.