It’s a nuclear show and the stars are gone.

After spending the better part of the past week switching between a handful of really boring, plain standard templates, I ended up actually putting some time into customizing a ready-made template into something that suits me a bit better, so if you’re viewing this in an RSS reader, come on over and take a look!

Fun fact: This picture is the cover art from “It’s Beginning to Look a lot Like Zombies,” a book of zombie Christmas carols. Needless to say, I own a copy.

After some difficulty attempting to purchase it late last moth, I was gifted a copy of a Zombie Christmas Record last night. Given my all-consuming obsession with zombies and my fondness for Christmas music, I’m rather enjoying it. I mean, I’m sure I’d be enjoying it more if it weren’t presently serving as the soundtrack for a weekend of relentless paper writing, but it’s the end of the semester, so the seemingly-insurmountable pile of work is to be expected, I suppose.

I’ve been having a really difficult time limping through the last few weeks of this semester. I have had minimal interest in doing anything that requires even the tiniest modicum of protracted concentration. My brain has not wanted to play nice and devote its full attention to finishing this term off as strong as possible; it has taken a gargantuan amount of self control for me not to spend all my waking hours either zoned out in front of AMSR vidoes on YouTube or or lost amid my own thoughts.  I suppose its just that stereotypical year-end burnout, but man is it kicking my ass right now.

Honestly, I don’t have terribly much to say; I just didn’t want to fall back into the habit of ignoring my blog again (even though I’m sure I will at some point, let’s be real, here). Given the rambling nature of this blog entry, it’s become pretty apparent to me that I should probably keep a list of topics that I want to blog about so that when I actually take the time to sit down and write, I have something meaningful to say; I had a lot of decent ideas floating around my head earlier this week, but I cannot remember a single one of them.

What I can remember, however, is that I haven’t played Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013 in the better part of two weeks, so I think I’ll go do that now before I drag myself back to productivity.

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