Hi humans. It’s been a pretty uneventful week, and unfortunately, I don’t have another surprise catch phrase like I did two weeks ago. The day after my most recent blog post, I was making an attempt to study at the library, but kept on getting distracted by a squirrel that was dancing around near the window. It got so distracting that I felt as if it was absolutely necessary that I take a picture of it. Unfortunately, even though the squirrel had spent the last ten minutes dancing around the window, when I took my camera out, it felt as if it would be the perfect time to run away. So the picture didn’t turn out very well. This past Friday was when the fire alarm testing was. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this, my entire previous blog post from the 15th elaborated on the chance of someone encountering a real fire during a fire alarm testing period. I concluded that the chance was 0.0000328%, and, in case you were curious, no, I was not a part of that 0.0000328%. I am still alive, and my apartment building did not burn down from an unexpected blaze. On the same day of the fire alarm testing, the weather decided to be a troll and start abruptly dumping massive chunks of clumped-up snow all over the place. This was after a series of days when the weather was actually getting nicer. I took this photograph from a bus stop: The snow became that density in literally under a minute. When I was walking to the bus stop, the sky was completely clear; several seconds after I made it inside the bus stop shelter, it started lightly snowing, then several seconds after that, the clumps of snow were so big that the snow particles entering the shelter were all sticking to my jacket and I started looking like a snowman. My last photograph for this week is of my office desktop computer. A long time ago, I used to take screenshots of my laptop’s background because people were interested to know what it was. I stopped doing that for a while because I was either using copyrighted images that I wouldn’t be able to post on my website for profit, or I just wasn’t changing my background image enough. One of my friends went abroad to Prague this academic semester, and she sent me some photographs to use as my new desktop wallpaper. Because my desktop computer at work has dual monitors, simply taking a screenshot wouldn’t give it justice, so I instead decided to take a picture of the two monitors. You might notice that the photograph was cropped to be panoramic, and stretches across the two monitors. If you didn’t notice that, then look more closely. And last, but definitely not least, when I went to my floor’s trash room, I realized that it was nice and warm and cozy, while my actual apartment room/unit is freezing cold. I’m not quite sure what to think of that.