I think the title explains what I love. Archaeology and music are my greatest passions in life, but I lean toward archaeology more. No, I don't dodge large boulders to get to work or dig up dinosaur bones. I'm no Indiana Jones or Lara Croft, but I like to think I have an exciting life. I'm just a 28 year-old grad student from California in-between universities, digging for various cultural resource management companies. You want to know what a real, modern archaeologist does? Feel free to ask! Follow my posts on the awesomeness and whimsy that is archaeology. With a little music, band geekiness, and my personal life mixed in.
Rediscovered a book series that I haven’t read since high school. Kage Baker’s Company Series is pretty good, though some of the time travel details get on my nerves as an archaeologist. Still, an immortal race saving biological and human history before it’s destroyed by time is a pretty interesting concept. And Baker sets most of it in California!
My ex invited me to his birthday dinner. Had a great time, until his friend started plying me with more cider. I’m going to kick the friend’s ass later, but it made me start hitting on my ex again. And not too sutile either. Brought up some feelings I thought I buried. Well now I’m drunk and ready to party, but the guy I want has the decency to say no.
Actually kind of glad. I love him for not taking advantage of the situation and letting me get driven home so I can sleep off my haze. Maybe he’ll come to his senses eventually. He doesn’t need Internet dating to find a girl that loves him. Just ask me out again before I go after the next one.