On being eaten by office supplies

March 2, 2009 at 8:47 pm 4 comments

If you click above, there’s a larger image where you can actually read the insights on those Post-its — things like ‘KING IN THE MOUNTAIN’ and strings of numbers that look oddly Da Vinci Code-esque.

See this, guys?

That’s what my Tolkien essay looks like. Post-Its a-go go. They have taken over my room, my life, and my books. Bear in mind that the above picture doesn’t include the three stacks of books I have yet to flag. Incidentally, that’s pretty much why I haven’t updated lately…but I do have news!

First, preparations are underway for Literary Transgressions to make the move over to WordPress! Why, you ask? Because, in the words of my lovely co-bloggist, “It’s so pretty and shiny!” And she’s right, you know. There were promises of a custom header if we made the transfer, too, so look for that to come soon.

Second, there will be simply millions of posts soon. I promise. Mmhm. I have one drafted right now about Tolkien and contextualization, I have one in the back of my head about the King in the Mountain archetype, and I am sure there is going to have to be one sometime about Stardust, both in the novel and film forms (probably a comparision of, actually).

Third, ummmm…well, I guess there isn’t really a third, except to say that this week is my final week of classes. What does that mean for you? Only that I just may have more flexibility and time to post in the future, lucky readers :)

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Anonymous  |  March 3, 2009 at 4:48 am

    Love all the pretty colors and I always was a sucker for a post it :) looks like you have your work cut out for you good luck ! oh and good luck with the library also! As your uncle would say (those bastards!). oops can I say that here:p

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  • 2. KT  |  March 3, 2009 at 11:58 am

    Ha, yes, you can say that here :D It’s all color-coded, believe it or not, with about 6 different meanings spread over 8 different colors (sometimes I ran out of a color and had to use another color but for the same topic).

    Aaaaand I hate the library. That might have to be another post in and of itself. That, and how it still shocks me when English professors are closed-minded about certain genres.

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  • 3. Corey  |  March 3, 2009 at 2:18 pm

    You hate the library?! Who are you?!

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  • 4. Anonymous  |  March 3, 2009 at 10:33 pm

    Obliviously Corey hasn’t heard the library story yet! Better clue her in before she disowns you as a friend!P.S. you know who this is but for some reason my password won’t work so I decided to be anonymous :)

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