This weekend, I should have been a disastrous sight. I should have been a greasy-headed mess, clad in too much Cal Poly gear, jittering from a liquid caffeine diet, and peering out of a fourth story library window -- praying with all my might that Finals Week comes and leaves quickly. Instead, I celebrated my upcoming finals week schedule of two disturbingly simple finals both occurring next Friday by engaging in a series of firsts this weekend. Namely, baking some titillatingly tasty ( yes, I just found a way to advertise my keen sense of alliteration with the verb titillate) peanut-pecan biscotti, sitting VIP at a Cal Poly baseball game, and not crying - I repeat - NOT crying during Pride and Prejudice.
If my weekend were a final exam, I objectively, unbiasedly award myself an A... and will be taking myself out shopping to celebrate asap.
In summation, I present in picture form how I studied for my final exams:
Try this heavenly recipe!
... feeling exceptionally American via a little game called baseball
and finally, the ever quintessential Jane Austin masterpiece ( and every gushing sap's dream come true....)
.... Mrs.... Darcy, was it?