First of all, I am working myself into total celebration that I am done with math forever.
Let me just stress that.
It’s nice to be done with my first college final, particularly since it’s math. I think I did quite well on it too. Now I’m on to papers. :] I have one to revise today and another to write. It’s gonna be fun, it’s gonna be fun.
I found this video while on Yahoo! News today. It’s the perspective on the century from kids who were born at the beginning of it. Can you imagine having only lived since 2000? The idea is flooring me right now.
Oh, fourth graders. I remember fourth grade. I remember feeling smart and mature, at the very sophisticated age of nine. How things change. Now I’m less than two weeks from nineteen and half the time I swear I’m five. (See I may act five, but you’re just jealous… for proof.) Anyway, I found this incredibly interesting and I hope you did as well.
I’m sorely at a loss for writing productivity and unfortunately it won’t be getting any better soon, thanks to finals week. I’ve decided to christen it “hellweek” and my greatest sorrow is that I didn’t think of the moniker soon enough to make my Facebook status “Welcome to hellweek.” Oh, well. Catchphrase for finals week in April! (Don’t even make me think about it right now…) Even if there weren’t finals, though, I have four novels I need to read this week; one because it belongs to a friend of a friend and I’m borrowing it on the sly, and the other three because they’re from my church library and due back Sunday. I will be busy this week for sure.
I just realized something very important. This is the last day of the school year that I have to wake up before about ten o’clock. Next semester my earliest class starts at eleven. 😀 I am so stoked.
Well, I leave you to return to the real world (scary, I know), and depart for it myself. Writing papers and reading novels should not prevent me from returning through the rest of the week–because, of course, when has it ever? haha
TEN DAYS TILL