do not go to a class taught by a hyper-active archaeologist when you are lacking sleep.
(Prof. casually pointing at points on a map) “There are noted Acadian houses along the river. Note here: Acadian house, Acadian house, Acadian house, IDIAANNNSSS, Acandian house, more Acadian houses….”
”Here is an actual photo of a modern house. In color. With people in it. Living people. Now that’s new” (acting actually excited about this fact).
"Here’s the house, along with their lawn animal." (points to a random goose walking towards camara). "I was nearly pecked to death. NO. That doesn’t sound nearly frightening enough. Nibbled to death?"
"I wanted to make sure this was what they were, so I snuck the leaf home where I have a lilac tree in my back yard. In my camera bag. ACTUALLY, I think I still have some in there" (points excitedly to his bag)."Anyway, I went up to the tree and said "Hey you, come here" And the tree was very cooperative, and together we came to the conclusion that they did indeed match!" (flails arms in excitement).
Needless to say I get giggly when I am over tired. This was an interesting class.