Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Driving On

I read seven chapters in my psychology book today, and five yesterday. I still have to write my essay tonight, then read three more chapters and a magazine tomorrow and answer an essay question. Ask me anything about psychosocial disorders. Today I know everything.

Getting closer to the end of term and I can't wait. ^_^ Yay me.

Tired. Busy. Going.

Song Quote of the Moment: "That used to be us!"

~Kenny Chesney? Don't quote me on that...

Sunday, April 24, 2005

Life: Moving Forward...


To update all that are so enthralled with this page that they've been having withdrawls in the last month...

Okay, if you are so enthralled with this page that you've been having withdrawls for the last month, you really need to get a life, because mine is not that interesting. Go for a walk. Watch a sunrise. Get a girlfriend (or boyfriend). Please don't message me saying you can't live without my witty ancedotes. I may just have to find your ass and kill you.


Anyway, back to updating... I have officially finished two of my classes. My "Diversified Healthcare Occupations" class, in which I had what could only be classified and the most anal, perfectionist instructor imaginable, I passed with a P (it's a B really, but not eligable for that prestigious 'letter grade' status). I passed "Introduction to Art", which is really not an art class but a history (of art, imagine that) class, with a B also. I would have had an A, but I got a bit overconfident in my final and scored a whopping 64% on that. Yup, it was great.

So, now I have to finish Intermediate Algebra (in which I believe I have a B), Microbiology (in which I quite possibly am scraping an A), Psychology (in which I definately have an A) and Anatomy and Physiology (in which I'm at the top of my five-person class with an 85%). Hopefully I can keep my grades up through all of my finals.

I'm really looking forward to this summer. I've started seriously investigating options for my trip to DC, and I'm looking forward to Idaho. Utah can kiss my ass, because my NCO school is going to be no fun at all, but other than that all will be well. I can't run for anything, so I'm going to have problems with my PT test. Doesn't help that I sit on my ass all the time, either. And don't post a message saying "well get up off it and run, silly!" I already know this. If I wanted to I would have. This is another comment that could get you hunted down. :)

I have drill this weekend. Friday afternoon through Sunday afternoon. We'll be up in Flag, getting rained on because we're staying out in the woods in army tents with no floors and no cots. Ever seen "The River Runs Through It"? That will be my tent, this weekend. Yay me. I did buy a hammock today though, and I'm going to see if there's any way I can get it to stay tied to the posts in that tent. No sleepin' on the ground for me if I can help it.

Things are finally starting to slow down for me, and I couldn't be happier. I can breathe. Of course, I have 20 chapters to read before Thursday, when I have to go take my psychology final, but hey, I can manage. I'm a freakin' super hero for crying out loud. (Anybody that posts that I'm crazy will suffer a slow and torturous death. Try it. I dare you.)

That's all for now. This entry is long enough.

Song Quote of the Moment: "My give-a-damn's busted!"

~Jo Dee Messina