Well, today started off a bit dodgy, but ended like a feathery kiss! I am hoping that the rest of my classes tonight and tomorrow go just as smoothly. I needed smooth after a night of insomnia and forgetting my medications…
After pulling myself up from my bed and groaning for an hour, upset over a sleepless night I finally got ready for school, completely forgetting the desperate NEED to get there early for parking and walking alone…which was just not amiable at all. The parking lots were FULL, NO handicapped parking available at all. I had to park in BF and then walk all of the way to my building with ten minutes to get to my class! Limping in and walking very carefully and slowly I finally made it and even being late, my anxieties subsided with no professor in the room.
This course is going to be fantastic! It is going toward my neuroscience degree and after reading the syllabus, I was so excited for ample reasons!
A.) Just listening to him, he’s a rambler- ie he will drive points home multiple times.
B.) He didn’t complain about the many students who came in mid-lecture
C.) He is very cheerful and loves this subject
D.) Attendance isn’t necessary, because he doesn’t take roll- but it’s best to show up for every class for lecture notes (duh?)
E.) Three tests- that’s it and you get the essay questions ahead of time
F.) NO RESEARCH PAPERS. At least none were listed nor were they mentioned.
G.) He curves grades!
Those are just a few reasons why I am going to enjoy this semester. This class will lead me to a pure Perception class but god how I love brains! ::giddy grin::
Now, let’s just hope that tonight’s and tomorrow’s classes go as wonderfully!
What topped all of that off was finding Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte ice cream at the store and tea was on sale! Brilliant. Brilliant. Brilliant. Then, green lights- all of the way home! Fears aside as well as anxieties, this morning went very well in the end.
I’ll be seeing my Rheumatologist on Monday and hopefully work on some on campus parking or handicapped parking. That walk is even more painful now than before, not to mention the syncope, heart and lungs, etc. I need to do something about that.
I hope that my readers are having a delightful evening or day as well.
Anna Karenina is still being worked on and I must say that I feel as though I should be reading it by the train tracks. It would certainly add more appeal to the novel.
I need to get some rest before my very long lecture this evening as well as hydrate.