Here's Kaydi and Ashley relaxing in the way journalism students know best: Kaydi's on the phone with someone about AIDS in Toronto's Little Ethiopia. Unfortunatly, he's calling her back about a day too late--she just handed in her article about AIDS an hour earlier. And Ashley's on the phone with a drug dealer trying to set up an interview.
After Ashley and I left Subway, it occurred to me that beyond making some commentary about the cookies I bought, this lunch was completely silent, apart from the conversations that took place with interview subjects via the mobile phones.
Only 2 weeks of school, 1 more paper, 2 articles, one take-home exam and one final exam left.
In other news, in my free time I've been trying to get a head start on my packing. After sorting through my clothes, I moved onwards to books and magazines. After realizing that I own two dictionaries (y'know--for any cross-referencing needs I might have**) I decided it was time to say goodbye to the Webster's that I have owned since the fourth grade. These are the very important "notes" that I made in the back.
Needless to say, my sense of humour developed at a much later age.
*Granted, I didn't make it to the two-hour lecture because I stayed home to edit my feature article before I handed it in. This is beyond the point.
**Cross-referencing dictionaries? Yah, I know. I'm ridiculous. It makes very little sense.