Monday, November 7, 2011

Just Another Manic Marvelous Monday


US History was canceled.  My professor got back from Ukraine yesterday, but apparently her cat got really sick while she was gone, so she was at the vet all day today.  My English professor was the one who drove her to and from the airport, and her husband was the one who proctored our test last Monday, and she was talking about it in English today.  That's the only reason I know.  But hey, extra sleep is always a plus in my book.

I got my schedule for next semester approved by my adviser, even if he did make a sort of snotty comment about the fact that I don't have a Political Science class on it, but whatever.  He approved it, and I like my schedule, which means that's over and done with.

Then, I got to see Ryann for a second because I had her ID and she needed it back.  She left it in Dr. Steegar's office last week and since there was no way to know when she was getting back, I took it in case I had the opportunity to give it to her this weekend.  Plus, his office is a bit of a mess, and I didn't want it to get lost in there.  But anyway, this was a treat because I basically don't ever get to see her outside of French.

The best part of all was that I'm pretty sure I rocked my Scope & Methods test.  I got the study guide done yesterday, but I had such a massive migraine I couldn't really look over it.  I'm thankful I have that break before that class because I got to study before it.  I just breezed through it...well, as breezy as you can be trying to write six paragraphs of information in less than 50 minutes.  Every single test in that class makes my entire arm hurt, no matter how hard I try to relax my hand when I write.  I'm just lucky that the block of time for the cumulative final is almost three hours.  I won't feel so rushed, so maybe I'll be able to write slower.

To put the icing on the cake of AWESOMENESS, English got let out ten minutes early.  My professor has the exact same class (Brit Lit 1) the period before our class, and she said she thinks she moves more quickly with us because she's already gone through it all, so it requires less thinking.  Hey, I'll take it. :)

So yeah.  Today rocks.  At least, it does for me.  How was your day?

1 comment:

  1. Glad you had such a great day. :) For me it was ok. Some good some not so good.

    The good:

    Got product in my reaction in research that hadn;t been going well. That was really exciting.:D

    The not as good:

    Big group project where we taught the entire class period was supposed to be tonight and in our group we were all really glad to get it over with. Well, the prof. got there half an hour late for a 50 minute class due to bad traffic so we didn;t get to do it today after all. All those hours of intense nervousness for nothing and to be repeated next Monday.:( Thanks for letting me whine about it a little bit!