I am, this year, for the first time since I started working, going to have a full four weeks of semester in a row. My previous record was three, and that was rare, at that. :)

I am starting my vacation this upcoming friday, and early monday morning I start off by going to the Roskilde festival in Denmark. There goes the first week, probably in a drunken haze, but it is going to be great! :)

After that I don't really have any plans for the rest... just gonna lazy around, I guess. Maybe I'll go to yet another festival at the end of my vacation, ArvikaFestivalen in my old home town.

The most important thing right now though is to get out of this office. I really, really, really need a break, from working in general, and from this hellhole specifically. Maybe it'll feel better after the vacation. I sure hope so. :) So what I do is of less importance...

You have moved into a larch place.
It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by something completely different.

In reply to Re: Vacation plans this summer by Dog and Pony
in thread Vacation plans this summer by vroom

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