Sunday, August 31, 2008


Oh. Shit.

The wind is starting to blow and the rain is about to start.

Hopefully everything will be okay.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Back To the Grind

Hello dearest readers. I know you all must feel terribly neglected. My bad.

I started school last Monday. It might have been the best first day in all of my semesters there at the college. I've been there long enough to know a lot of people and I have a friend in every class I am taking, even if they are new friends. J Here's the schedule:

7am: Psychology of Development. I have the same teacher that I had for Intro to Psych because I know how she teachers and how her tests are set up. Plus, she posts all of her notes online (SCORE!). This semester, I have to create a "life-span scrapbook" (infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, so on and so forth) and I also have to do Service Learning. Service learning is like community service that is required to pass the course. I have the choice of doing it at a retirement community or at a local high school. I'm not sure which one I want. I think that the psychology professors are working on trying to get the program that I worked with over the summer approved for service learning as well. That would be great because I already know the directors and the kids that are in the program. Keep your fingers crossed.

8am-11am: Anatomy and Physiology 1. This is going to be a pretty rough class. I think about 10 of the students that are in my class now actually took it last semester and either failed it or withdrew from it because they were in danger of failing it. I'm a little scared of this one, to be honest. It was only the second day today and there is so much to read and try to remember. And there is added pressure because this is a required class for getting into the nursing program and from what I have heard about the admissions and how selective they are being (30 students out of the 500 that applied??? What??), if I don't get at least a B in it (even with having all A's in all of my other prereqs and general ed. courses), I can kiss acceptance goodbye.

11-12:30pm: Work. J I love my job. The only bad part: If I am tutoring you, don't answer your fucking cell phone. Seriously. A.)You are not even supposed to be on it in the learning center anyway. B.) It is incredibly rude to me. Next time it happens, I'm just walking always from the session and they can come find me after they are done chatting. I have other things I could be doing and other people I could be helping.

1pm: Statistics. I wasn't too worried about this class until we got our first homework assignment. Yeah. I might be in trouble.

2pm: Intro to Humanities. My "easy" class for the semester. We get to read poetry, write stories, paint and we even have a guy coming to teach us how to tango for our chapter on dance. Sweet.

Friday, August 22, 2008


My favorite study buddies reacting to this semester's course load. They probably won't be very much help.

And I know ya'll feel abandoned. I swear I post some time this weekend about what my first week back was like.
Just so you know, I have a good feeling about this semester. :) Even though Anatomy and Statistics might kill me.

Saturday, August 16, 2008

I think I just threw up a little bit.

I am officially disgusted with the human race.
My most recent search engine reference:
"videos of freeballing in basketball shorts"
Lovely. Just lovely.
I think that the worst part of that was that I wasn't even on the first page. I was on the third...several down, actually. Someone in Houston really, really wanted to see some balls.
I'm off to take a shower and see if this dirty feeling will wash off.

Back To School: Links Edition When you hit the books -and they hit back. Without a doubt, this is the best college resource of the web. It has tons of links and study tips for almost every subject.

Tips From Former Nursing Students Because we need all the help we can get.

Indo-European Languages Tutorials Best language tutorials on the internet.

Rate Your Students You know the professors talk about you when you're not around, right? Most students deserve it anyway. Click the link for some of the most entertaining and honest higher education commentary you will ever read.

College Students: College Life and Technology at The Students Blog Really great general information articles. Best dictionary site ever…way better than going to Google and typing "define: whatever".

Top Ten No Sympathy Lines Don't ever, ever, EVER, under any circumstances say these to a professor. Seriously.

How to Swear Pick a curse word. Pick a language. This website probably isn't the most accurate but if you have nothing to do on a Friday night, get together with friends and practice throwing insults back and forth in Farsi.

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Friday, August 15, 2008


It has been a really productive day so far...and it is only 4:30. I guess that is what happens when you wake up at 4:45 in the morning...without the help of an alarm clock, I might add. My clock was set for 5:50am but I bet it. Plus, I hate the sound it makes so any morning I don't have to wake to it, I win. It is a "natural sounds" alarm clock, so instead of an awful buzzing sound or something, I wake up to equally awful cathedral bells. Yuck.

We left the house really early and bought school supplies this morning. All I needed were a few binders and some black pens because I still have some stuff left over from last semester. Plus, I bought some regular folders last week. I didn't want to get too much last week because that was when EBR school started back and all the stores were absolutely crazy and I didn't want to get stabbed over a red pen like it is the last one in the universe. "That's my protractor, bitch!" :::stab::: No, thank you.

I also went to the school's book store this morning before work and bought my books. Three books. All paperback. $400. And the worse thing, I will never use them after this semester. Why do they have to update them every year? It's ridiculous. I mean, come on. Do you honestly think I am going to read that psychology book after the final? No. But mom did get some really cute highlighters that look like syringes. Too cute.


And here we are...

Hey everyone. I know I haven't posted in the past few weeks. Oh, well. Life goes on.
As you all know, Lee broke his ankle two weeks ago and that has been keeping me really busy. I didn't get any sleep at all the first week it happened because as soon as I would start to close my eyes, I would get a call on my cell phone...and this was happening at 2am. Damn that sucked. And just two nights ago, Mom left for the night and Lee ended up calling her 10 times because I had fallen asleep and my phone was on silent. [sigh] Oh and he also got into a car wreck with one of his stoner friends when they were going to pick up a prescription. Lovely. He has a cut on his neck were the seat belt got him. Mom keeps joking that we are going to get him fitted for a plastic bubble.
I have work today at 9:30...well, actually work training but I still get paid for it but I'm going to leave the house in about an hour (7am) so that I can get some school supplies shopping done. I also want to get to the school early and buy my books.
Yeah, that's pretty much the plan for the day. Although, I might clean my room when I get home.
Oh, the exciting life I lead.