But only for holidays!
But, alas, no internet for some time!
Also, I’ve got three long long drafts, and no will power to finish any of them, which is sad.
(On the plus side, I also have an article about variation in neolithic teeth from Catal Hoyuk(1), an article about ziggurat cake(2), and a book about ancient Israeli women’s clothing(3))
I have to think of a way to bake a ziggurat cake before I get home. That would be epic(4).
Also, another book(5) has a chapter on fake Egyptian hieroglyphs. In that they were not really writing, but pretty patterns used for decorative purposes. Sort of like Chinese writing in Japan some 3000 years later.
Well, gotta go. Ciao <3
(1) Sorry, to lazy for diacritics. This is how weak the will power is today.
(2) It’s not actually about ziggurat cake, but about archaeology, but I have to pretend that it’s about ziggurat cake as long as possible, because archaeology is boooooooooooooring.
(3) Yes, really.
(4) In the ZIGGURAT, DUDE way. I actually can bake. Cook, even.
(5) I can’t forget about it, because it seems that it accounts for about half of the weight of my suitcase =_=