Posts Tagged ‘homework’

Good morning.  Another week, and another month.  I’m glad it’s February.  January seemed to drag and drag and drag.  I’m really hoping that this month is better, that there are more possibilities and so on for Brandon and I.  One thing though about February, is that March is just that much closer, and that spring is only a couple months away.  Oh the excitement and dreams of green grass!

I should really be reading one of my textbooks for the classes I have today.  But I just don’t quite feel like it yet.  It’s drab and boring as it is a 100 level course.  I’ve already learnt pretty much everything in other classes that we cover in this.  However, the paper is only three-four pages.  I don’t know if that will be a blessing or a curse.  I’m used to eight pages, wherein I can properly formulate a real paper with an intro, middle and conclusion.  I just don’t see how possible that is with three pages.  I’ll have to suck it up though.  At least it means less writing.  It’s funny though hearing all the first years complain about the course.  It’s probably the easiest course they’ll have ALL semester long or even during all four of their years of University.  But the little chillins will learn eventually.  All in good time.

Anyway, I need to start my day.  I’ve already had breakfast (toast and a carnation mix drink).  But school calls my name sadly.  My second class is my Anthropology of Egyptian History course for which I love.  So all in all, not a bad day.

Have a great monday 🙂

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If it weren’t for that new app I got for my mac I think I wouldn’t get any work done at all.  I’m just not in the mood to study tonight.  And I know that I really don’t have to.  I was the only one in the tutorial who was up to date on their readings.  Freshmen annoy me in the sense that they complain SOOOO much.  Apparently our 3-4 page paper is so hard.  And they don’t understand context hence why they’re complaining about the fact that we’re reading Mary Shelley’s Frankenstine in a History course.  I can’t wait till they are all growed up and are writing ten page papers on an average basis.

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