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Food for (insomniac) thought.

October 31st, 2006 by MrLuxuryFashionGuru

So many things on my mind right now.

– Ec1018 midterm tomorrow. I will do the remaining half of my studying tomorrow
– GREs… very frightening graduate school standardised test. Casey and Matt’s recent experiences haven’t given me much hope one way or the other.
– Thesis research. It looks like I will be writing something to do with opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan. Which reminds me, I *must* get some work together and meet with Prof M, Prof McC and Prof C shortly.
– PhD program applications. Expensive, scary, time-consuming, risky endeavor. Eep.

The Halloween weekend parties are already a distant memory.

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