Finals today and yesterday. Two more days to go. I'm pleased to say that my finals so far were fine. I got the second most difficult one out of the way (Greek History), and my easiest (Modernist Literature). But, I'm going to have a hell of a time with my finals on Thursday and Friday. Earth Science is going to be the worst one, and Tudor Literature is no walk in the park, either. Still, I'm almost done, and that makes me really, really happy.
And now for the title event....I was chilling with Rachel and Movie Boy, watching Inglorious Basterds. I actually rather liked it, but it was just too violent for me. I think if it was a bit tamer, I would have really liked it. For such a dark topic (a bunch of American Jews killing Nazis), it was actually pretty funny. We didn't watch the whole thing, since we didn't have much time. Mostly just select clips that Movie Boy wanted to show us.
I walked him back to the library, and was on my way back, looking for Rachel, when I epically faceplanted. I honestly don't know what happened; I just tripped over my own two feet! There was no ice or snow (strange for December), but we had been having a ton of rain, so I didn't just fall, but I fell into a mud puddle. Well, half of me did. The right leg of my jeans, from the ankle to the knee was covered in mud. And besides the initial shock and embarrassment, I had to deal with a blood-red stinging and burning in my hands where I had ripped the skin open. The one was mostly just grazed, but the other needed to be bandaged.
Besides my sore knees and my stinging hands, what hurt the most was my bruised pride. A couple of people saw me fall (including Rachel--I found her!!!) and one good Samaritan actually tried to see if I was okay. I waved her away before she got too close; I was really, really embarrassed, and I didn't want the attention. When I get hurt, I usually try to just shake if off and ignore it (fencing taught me that--you can't cry out every time something hurts during practices). That doesn't mean I don't like being babied about it AFTERWARDS, but when it initially happens, I just don't want people to talk to me.
Just felt like rambling about my epic spill today. I'm curious to see how I'll feel in the morning. My wrist and knee are already starting to act up. Details perhaps tomorrow.