October 28th, 2003
|01:03 pm - Oh, PSA: How I love thee. . .|
So tonight I miss PSA for the first time in about 6 years. The last time I missed it was Freshman year. There was a woman invovled. I just don't remember how or which one.
Obviously not that memorable.
I'm going to Canfield Hall instead (the old All Girls Dorm that I spent so much time in a few years ago). I'm giving a presentation with Silver about Paganism. The night is supposed to go as follows:
1. Arrive at 7 PM and watch "The Craft"
2. Clear up misconceptions about Paganism.
Is there something ironic about that to you guys?
Anyway, Silver and I should be having some fun with it. We have a powerpoint and a laptop and a projector all spiffy-like. One of the Co-Chairs is afraid that between the two of us, we'll give a bad impression of Paganism. Whatever. Honestly, have I ever misrepresented Pagans? Even the Lantern quote about sheep lactation was dead on. :)
Brian will also be there. I expect he'll heckle us quite well.
Last week, we expected PSA to show up to enjoy the movie with us. Then I get the email saying the mid-quarter party is still on. Oh, well. Their loss.
We're going to have such a good presentation.
Current Mood: artistic
Current Music: "Autour du Rocher", -JB
Tom and I might drop in, depending. Would that be cool?
Of course, as long as you don't look at your watch and get up and leave in the middle, like last week *wicked grin*
Hey - I'm all for the sheep lactation quote! Anyway - I know you will do well despite the movie intro. I think you have always represented Paganism very well. Would Silver happen to be Silverpeace? If so, say hi for me!
Aww. . . Thanks! That is widely considered the best quote ever published in the Lantern by most of my friends.
That would be SilverPeace. He's still hanging around. I'll let him know you said "Hi". :)
|Date:||October 29th, 2003 04:17 am (UTC)|| |
I like the Craft. As a work of ridiculous fiction.
Just let me know if anyone shows up claiming to be of "real" druid wicca descent and sporting anglo-looking veins.