To sleep, perchance to dream. It would, of course, be helpful if one's roommate didn't snore like a damn wildebeest in heat if one wanted to sleep or dream. Either would be nice. Granted, dreams typically just lead to even more confusion and general displeasure, but I would certainly take a few hours of sleep here or there.
In other, slightly less tramautic news, I have discovered a new use for an off-block. Getting sleep. I know, I know, it's a highly original idea that the many generations of past students would have been thrilled to learn about, but it solves my dilemma quite effectively. Of course, I can't use my one lone off-block for sleep all the time, or I'd never get any of my work done. And naturally, an Agathon student must always complete their work.
You students out there who think I'm kidding? I'm not. Welcome to school, ladies and gents. Also, the production of a Midsummer's Night Dream is quickly coming together. I think, if the set designers really pull together and make this work (I'm looking at you, Anderson), Puck will really have a fantastic playground to frolic in. And, of course, the other, unimportant characters may join in as necessary. The costumes are gorgeous as well, all thanks to our brilliant seamstress whose name I have forgotten. An unfortunate accident, but I'm sure reading their name in the program- yes, the program will get finished. It will.- will refresh my memory.