Tags: persuasion

Other: irish hair

coffee, tea, me, and *crap* snow

I just made coffee, its still snowing outside, which its wonderful to see everything white, but my my F**'in Gee is it cold outside. 4 layers, thank you very much.

My Gaskell website should be up later tonight. Its nothing like it could be, but its only for class and I had completely limited time. And its 800x600 resolution which killed me. But the paper's going wonderfully. I might link to a copy of it. Anyone interested in reading it? lol, didn't think so.

Watched Persuasion again last night. I'm having a seriously bad junkie fix, swear to God. My rommie said she'd watch it with me tonight. wOOt!! Now THAT'S going be be exciting. (Mainly because she loaths P&P, but loved North and South.)

Alright. I'm trying my first poll! You should vote, since its totally silly.

Poll #1312226 Sexy Voice

Should I use my "sexy voice" when answering the admissions phone?

LMAO! Yes, and give me the number so I can laugh at it in person.
2(33.3%)
SO unprofessional.
0(0.0%)
meh, do what you want.
0(0.0%)
I bet you 10 bucks you won't make it through the first call without laughing.
4(66.7%)
Other: irish hair

"I am determined, Sir"


The school library finally got the new Persuasion in! Seriously, I was so giddy last night, my roommate and her boyfriend took turns watching my giggles, expressions, and blushes: I was that animated while watching it. (LOL!) Out of all the new Austen adaptations, this one had to be the best re-telling for me. Not just because the earlier version are um -- they're not bad -- I guess there's just something about Cpt. Wentworth in this version. So amazing. And sexy. Rupert Penry-Jones can gaze angstily/adoringly into my eyes any day. I still don't like Sally Hawkins as Anne. Okay, I don't like her hair, or her bass-mouth at the end, or her muck up of the "only widow in Bath" line, but other than that, she's wonderful.

And after that I started watching North and South. And I swear every time I watch that movie I dream of John Thorton's voice and the mill. And yeah, totally dreamt of John Thorton's voice last night. *sigh*

I'm so close to the end of the semester-final-paper-sprint. My Molly Maguire papers, for all intensive purposes, are done and my final Experiencing the Arts project is finished. So its just my Elizabeth Gaskell website and paper to write. Which is on her significance as a writer. She created John Thornton so Richard Armitage could play him. There's toally enough signifiance for you. (Oy, fangirl on the loose) But that paper shouldn't be nearly as impossibly taxing as these last two. Alright, back to reading about the depression and the rise of miliant mass unionism for me.