Poor Life Choice #28400: Staring at my professor while wondering what next to write in my journal.
This is a bad idea because when you stare at your professor blankly, she is very likely to call upon you at the soonest available opportunity. Like mine did, when I stared at her blankly.
“What do you think this means, this statement?”
Fortunately she read it. Fortunately it wasn’t difficult to interpret.
But I don’t think I’ll be doing any more staring blankly at professors. In fact, it would be best if I just actually paid attention instead of finding my journal more important. Although, the statement I was called upon to interpret basically said if you are having a deep life experience, go ahead and enjoy every moment of it, and return to the mundane world later. And I was having a deep revelation in my journaling, and so I fully indulged in it, at the expense of paying attention in class. Is that a viable excuse, do you think?