Monthly Archives: October 2011
It’s been awhile, so here’s with the current events. I’ve recently been entertaining thoughts of dropping my Horror Movie class out at UAFS mainly because I’ve not really been doing the “written responses” to them, but I figured out that since I still have not filled out my paper work for my substitute teaching job I need something productive to do with my time so I think I’ll stick it out and start pulling my weight in the class. On that front I’m about to write a paper about Jamie Lee Curtis’ character in Halloween being the prototype cliche for the last girl archetype for most slasher flicks.
Also on the front of making use of my time, I mistakenly decided to drop by my old stomping grounds at the UAFS theatre department a couple of weeks ago which resulted in me becoming a scenic painter for their production of Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters”. Due to them being behind schedule, for two weeks I was going up there a 2:00 and leaving around 6:00 and then heading back up there at 10:00 and staying till as late as 2:00 in the morning. Also at one point Pablo wanted me to go on the festival trip, but I got out of that.
In other news, I finally have my motorcycle license.