Phone Camera Summaries: Nichie tries to graduate

It's pretty exciting when I get to mix two blog post categories into one. I'm getting pretty en pointe (yes, that's intende...

It's pretty exciting when I get to mix two blog post categories into one.

I'm getting pretty en pointe (yes, that's intended) with all the requirements of that of a University student in her graduating year -a (sort-of) well written literary review, thesis deliverables, physical computing project about two computers who fall in love, handling relationships; I think I'm doing fairly well for my extremely anxious self. I'm figuring out new ways of managing my time, and doing academic work, and while it seems to leave me drowning in a pool of rising post-it notes, I get quite an impressive amount of work done.

This isn't really anything insightful -just a summary of recent happenings. I'd like to think of the implications of the overall big picture, but sometimes, I just can't be bothered to be in a perpetual state of self-reflection. Sometimes, things just are. Like how your English teacher says the curtains were blue to represent the inner workings of the narrator's thoughts and emotions, sure, that could be it.

But it could also just be that the curtains were blue. 
Max and Lucy are two computers who, through your interaction, fall in love. // I have finally realized the true potential of having a dry-erase calendar hanging next to your door. October is a busy month. // Chris. // The insides of Max and Lucy circuitry. // I wrote Chris a card to give him for Nuit Blanche, since his project was featured. // Sometimes I forget that I have these lights in my room, but when I do remember, it's pretty great.


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  1. Wow that is a load of post-it notes... I've never thought of a dry-erase calendar but that is super useful?! I might do one on my whiteboard myself. Your lights are pretty!

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    1. Thank you! I try to make use of them more often.

      I'm actually planning to replace that calendar since the black frame is too harsh and the boxes are too small. I'm going to attempt this little project: http://media.hgtv.ca/blogimages/0e82f819be8a_8e9c-ombre-paint-chip-calendar_2.jpg

      I'm also going to be purchasing some white panel board from Home Depot to use as a dry-erase board. It's much more environmentally friendly than using all those post-its, for sure. (And cheaper, too!)

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  2. oh my, i need a dry-erase calender in my life, maybe that'll help me actually getting stuff done, haha! i love love your blog's design by the way :)

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    1. I'm trying to upgrade to a dry-erase wall! Thank you very much!

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  3. Post-its are heaven-sent! I have a lot of that, too, in my room to be productive. And it never fails.

    The "I'd write you a love letter", is that your work? It's beautiful! I hope Chris liked it!

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    1. Yup! It's my work. Watercolour, and some orchids. I hope he genuinely liked it too, haha!

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  4. Your wall is so pretty. You are sweet and you are getting more and more mature. Kinda like in a game where when you first entered Canada, you were level 0 and nowww we don't even know. Im not really sure what Im saying but you're quality human, Denise.
    Might just copy your post it idea ;)

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  5. The photos are wonderful. Also: your wall looks really nice and organized. <3

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