A super-quick, late-night post:
Craziness of project for school, craziness of trying (with varying degrees of success) to keep the dinner group organized, craziness with temple committee stuff, craziness starting a poetry club…. Craziness! Did I say craziness?
All of that contrasted with The Most Relaxing Weekend EVAR (to vernaculate). I attribute the relaxatiousness of the weekend to a combination of watching General Conference, and a drive in the canyon to see the colorful trees with some friends.
Things I wish I could be working on right now but just haven’t gotten to:
- statistical analysis of collocations in the rongorongo corpus, plus development of GUI to facilitate it.
- finishing the story I’ve been working on for the last few months.
- reading “Poetry: An Introduction”.
- really learning about graduate programs and getting my applications started.
- solidifying/actually learning information theory and probability theory.
As the Spanish-speakers say: Â¡Uf!
And, lastly, I’m introducing a new feature to at least this post. Here it is:
This Post Contributes to the Endless Self-renewal of Language By:
Promoting Uncommon Verbifications
to vernaculate: to use the vernacular.
Coining New Words / Nonces
relaxatiousness: the quality of inducing one to experience a sensation of relaxation.