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- Yesterday we watched The Fellowship of the Ring and made yellow cake because it's symbolic of the innocence of the Shire and the hope that the Fellowship has before being torn apart;
- Tonight we're going to watch The Two Towers and make chocolate cake because it's symbolic of the darkness that descends on Middle-earth and how it's always darkest before the dawn, and the second part of the trilogy is always the saddest because it looks like there's just no hope, which is why it's my least favorite;
- And finally, on Tuesday we're going to watch The Return of the King and make red velvet cake simply because, well, there's a lot of fighting in that movie and that means blood (yes, we're morbid, but we wanted a reason for the red velvet cake and finals have fried our brains and it's not our fault stop judging us).
Have I mentioned I like The Lord of the Rings?
We're skipping Monday because we're responsible students and we're dedicating that day to studying for Statistics. I'm going to be so happy when Stats is gone and out of my life. I've had my final class, I've taken my final quiz, and only the final itself remains. I'm so close.
Once my finals are over on Wednesday, I'm home free. Well, almost. This upcoming weekend is graduation (for my sister, so naturally I will be in attendance), and then I'll be going to Costa Rica for a week with Wesley. I'm going to be flying into Chicago on May 19--which is Pentecost! I find that strangely exciting (but I'm weird, so the church calendar tends to strangely excite me). Then I'll finally be home. So, so close.
Peace be with you.