324.February 11

Nottingham, UK

I had a morning feed-back meeting with my Middle English professor Turville-Petre. I met at John's house, my dramaturg and co-conspirator for Lysistrata at 14:00. I got C's in both University Classes, exactly what I wanted. They transfer as higher grades at Luther. I did my cleaning chores when I got home. I watched Cyrano de Bergerac before retiring.


Rachel and I hung lights at the opera house late into the evening for our engagement party; big spots of red, pink and blue all over for people to mingle in. We removed our Christmas tree from the house, and it still smelled fresh and wonderful, though it was very brittle and we'll be cleaning it up for the rest of the year. I can't wait to do a big bonfire in my yard and melt all the snow.