It's been a long, tiring day.
Economics midterm is going to fall on my head tomorrow and I feel the least bit prepared for it, but somehow I shall have to press on and just resolve to do better for the final. Some time was imparted to developing a script for my invented language, but it is proving most challenging (particularly as I'm finding the sounds themselves aren't that cohesive).
I will be beginning a book tonight about case studies in international politics, and balancing that with finishing up Chapter 2 of The Fellowship of the Ring, which I am rereading now for the first time in over 10 years! It's been criminally long since I've lead the seminal work in the Professor's literature. I need some of the dedication that Christopher Lee had (one reread every year)!
In the meantime, I attended a spectacular talk on the history of literature on the Ramayana in India - specifically, the role of Sita. I will definitely write up a longer post in the morrow elaborating on that.
For now, it's late (it's already the next day, and well into it), and I must lay my head. In parting, above is shown a photo of the sky in its stunning beauty on the past Monday evening.
Wishing all the best to everyone. TTFN!