Eh, I'm the same - trying to finish up school; with any luck, I graduate this December and can finally move on. Don't know if I'll ever go back to school again, could be, for indefinitely I won't - gonna start focusing on working and getting a job at that point.
At the moment though, I'm more then a little annoyed in that my whole county I live in (I live in the USA; New Jersey) is out of power thanks to a freak snow-storm last weekend, forcing me to limit my internet time to my school days as the school does possess electricity. With any luck, everything will be back to normal this weekend.
Yeah, that was kind of ridiculous. Hey, I know everyone expects women these days to wear bras, but bras weren't even around until about 1890, and were not common until the 1930s. So it was kind of ridiculous if you know history to be going "OMG, that medieval-era character doesn't have a bra!" Ah well, it never fails to get a rise out of some guys. I still think that Galatea figurine would look better if she had more athletic tone to her. She looked too much like a supermodel and not enough like a warrior. But I guess I should expect nothing less from a model-maker who chose to have her wearing "practical" high heels.
You do know they only wore loose-fitting under-wear in the medieval ages, right? Actually kenshin, in all likelihood she'd be wearing some silk or cotton to make the armor more comfortable. FYI, I forgot to mention panties and bras weren't seen until the 1930s in the western world (at least in large numbers). Apparently going bra-less hasn't hurt the claymore ladies' "perkiness".