Today, I didn't miss the occasion to play chess online and the other day I went to the library. There were lots and lots of kids studying for their baccalauréat, so I took a book and another and I started loafing around. Then I went to listen Prince and Sheila E's whole (well, no, that's an hyperbole!) discographies.
I could study, but I'm not registered for the baccalauréat. Meh. Don't tell anyone? I should study still, for next year...
Since I was outside I took pictures of my outfit:
Yes my face is scary! It's not the skirt I wanted to wear but the other needed some difficult ironing and now that it's ironed I don't have a photography. Consequence: it looks weird, but that skirt is perfect for SPINNING!
I'd talk about the books I borrowed, but I played chess all day so yeah.
These photos were kind of surprising, because I see myself flat in mirrors and reflections. Next time I'll wear a binder with it. I only noticed I wasn't flat after seeing the photos.
Ok, searching for something to show those of you who didn't know what I was talking about what is a binder, I found out a gender studies professor at Humbolt University was called Beate Binder! Depending on their preferred gender presentation it can be a very punny name.
Also, hmm, did I mention that I had a Twitter account? @MaxensMaxwell