we couldn't quite figure out what to do with ourselves this morning, so we chattered. mostly about food, go figure. :)
now Jillie's on her way home, and Dan and Ginger have scurried off, and i have the house to myself for the first time in a week. mmmm. it was an absolutely lovely weekend, though.
heh. the only bad part of online classes is that they're presented on the 'net, and LJ is (at the moment) much more interesting that my anthro notes.
i wish that textbooks were published as binders. notes and text, all in one book.
i actually (*gasp*) got some homework done. i'm currently in the middle of an article about how some folks in the 40s decided that the dinosaurs died out because temperatures changed so much that the testes of male dinosaurs stopped functioning, and thus, they couldn't reproduce. this was decided based on research on alligators that involved having to stick thermometers up the alligators' asses.
i think i'm glad i'm (going to be) a sociologist. however, now that we're past the upteenth explanation of the scientific method i've had to wade through, anthro is getting decidedly more interesting.