Monday, April 23, 2007

study guides and ghost stories

Today I bought two study guide books. One is for Business Associations II and the other is for Property II. I'm pretty excited about both books, because I constantly feel like I have no idea what's going on in BA, and, likewise, I constantly feel like I don't care what's going on in Property.

Neither feeling is great for a hoped for A.

So, like I said, I bought two study guides.

In other news, I feel like I have a story to tell, except I can't think of a subject. Has anyone else ever felt that way? You get in your storyteller mood and then you have no release. You want a story that might have some humor, but doesn't need any. I want a story that resonates and makes the listener or reader feel uncomfortable, like the first few minutes of the Roald Dahl movie Witches. That may also include the book, I'm not sure.

The important thing is summer is rolling around. Never is there a better time to tell a good ghost story than in the middle of the summer around the fire. So keep an eye out for any of those. In the mean time, I'm going to get back to ignoring class.

Later.

4 comments:

Kay said...

I love ghost stories. Katie and I used to scare ourselves half to death thinking of scenarios where someone might be in the house. Then we'd be too freaked out to leave the room.

Kyle said...

Witches have square feet!

Kiki said...

OOOOH! Nate, you totally need to come to Great Country Getaway 2007 and tell some stories around the fire! You could even try to beat your Marshmallow record!

Kathleen said...

Ahh, yes, the days when we'd be so scared of the homocidal, ax wielding maniac under the bed that we couldn't leave said bed until we counted to three, left at the same time, jumping sixty some feet in the air with our legs pumping like cartoon characters running off a cliff. And the book is awesome, I even bought a copy of it a few months ago, when i went through a nostalgic trip through my childhood reading lists. And Felix, tell me about the LSAT - it sounds crazy, but I've been thinking of taking it to see my score so I can figure out if law school might be an option. It's something I think about quite a bit.