I'm Anything But Ordinary

I'm Anything But Ordinary

02 September 2008

Hanging Out Down the Street

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I feel like I'm sitting in the calm before the storm. I'm all moved in to my fabulous apartment and the first week of classes have come and gone. I've done the most class swapping I've ever done this semester. I lost Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East so I signed up for the History of Africa (I know, the history of an entire continent in one semester? But anyways...) only to findout that it required NINE textbooks. I can't afford nine textbooks so I dropped the class and looked at Ancient Jewish History but it had six textbooks so, guess what? I dropped it and signed up for the history of Italy from Machiavelli to Mussolini. Three textbooks. Muuuch better. Plus I really do like that class now. Yaaay! Then I was in Caribbean Archaeology but I ended up not liking the prof that much and I am determined not to have another semester where I hate the professor so I dropped it and signed up Evidence of Human Fossil Evolution. Yaaay two classes with Dr. Marchant! I love that woman! So classes are finally good. I'm signed up to take the GRE for the first time next week but thankfully I found a grad program that doesn't require the GRE so there's hope for me yet! I can't believe I'm almost all grown up and stuff. Work has the potential of being stressful but I'm just there for ten hours out of the week so it could be worse.

But on the bright side this is year that will mean the world. Savoring every moment and enjoying it while it lasts. First step? Running through the fountain behind Shriver. I'm hoping for awesome moments like that up until we graduate which will culminate in dancing on the seal.

Just make it last...

Currently Watching: That 70s' Show

2 Free for All:

Bebbet said...

You choose your courses by the number of text-books you have to buy?

Surely the more you require, the more intricate and interesting the course could potentially be...?

I've still got a week and a half before I move. Can't wait!

You May Say that I'm a Dreamer said...

Oh don't you worry! We will continue to find ways to make this the best year ever; even if we are tree climbing criminals!

You make this place home for me and I couldn't ask for a better roomie/friend! So lets get buckled up and enjoy the ride that is senior year!