Goodness, I am addicted to ‘Safe and Sound’. It’s oh so Civil Wars, I think Taylor Swift just lent her vocals to give the soundtrack a popular artist to name drop, but that doesn’t really bother me. Just close your eyes, the sun is going down. You’ll be alright, noone can hurt you now. Come morning light, you and I will be safe and sound. And apparently my beloved...
I really need to implement some sort of set schedule for myself so that I can go about my life productively, and continue doing so when uni starts again and I can be a wonderful student etc etc (which, realistically, has never been a strong point). As it is, I think it’s about time to think about where everything will go in future, once I have finally left uni and dive into the real world....
Neil Gaiman on Lewis, Tolkien and Chesterton →
The most magical of writers in a single blog post. Yes Neil, that includes you.
Why must sleep be so very elusive tonight? I start a new internship tomorrow and I really need some shut eye but no, that pesky ol’ sleep is nowhere to be found.
I’ll be in my mind palace. Crying. Moffat, you are the official worst. You too, Gatiss.
2012: the overarching resolution
To improve, enjoy, share life. In any or all aspects. I think that pretty much covers the usual spiel of academic, personal, interpersonal, spiritual, mental, physical, intellectual, etc goals that occupy this time of year. Most importantly I think I need to let go of the anxieties I have about living life.
Bookworm problems #1
Fretting about which book to take off the shelf to make room for the next Gaiman book to sit between American Gods and Neverwhere, and feeling guilty because you feel like you’re demoting a book by moving it.