November 14th, 2008
I have been so busy lately that my weekly life has been a blur. I hope that my writing professor doesn’t read this, but his class is seriously kicking my bum! Plus our semester is winding down and I am realizing all that still needs to be done. I have plenty of art projects to finish to keep me busy, rewrites for my writing class, and extra credit for environmental biology. I have really enjoyed this semester. It seems that the beginning was really crazy, mellowed out near the middle, and now is getting crazy again. Now it’s almost over. It doesn’t seem like it was that long. I was quite busy, so it is probably why it flew by and now I have to pick new classes again. My summer semester felt like it was longer than this semester!!
I honestly have sat here trying to remember this last week and all I remember is my art project. For art we got to draw a skull. I liked it, if some have seen me around probably know why! I like skulls for some crazy reason! Ha-ha! Got selected to just do some quick simple poses for my class to do some gesture drawings. It was uncomfortable and funny all at the same time because I was trying to not laugh and to keep a straight face. Having all eyes from class on me is not something I am used to. Our next project is to draw a picture of ourselves, this shall be interesting.
My most recent writing project has been difficult for me. I have been forcing myself to go to the library these last few weeks trying to organize, write, and complete what is necessary. I wasn’t expecting my writing class to give me such a hard time, but it is a technical writing class so it is out of my box I am used to.
I am still really enjoying my environmental biology class. I must admit that I have a lot of fun in this class. Everything interests me, probably because it is a decent amount of information that I am personally interested in as well. I especially enjoy the labs.
I still can’t believe everything is winding down. Spring semester soon! Wow!
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