It’s hard to believe that in a few short months it’s going to be 2008. Normally it’s felt like each month goes by slowly, and the next year never seemed to approach. I partially blame high school for the feeling, because each day was dreaded so I’m sure that didn’t help. Now I just can’t believe that it’s already October. I swear I just remember thinking “Summer is here,” and how the thought of 2008 seemed far away.
I’m not sure what 2008 is going to have waiting for me. I’ve been debating holding off on school again, as there are times when I feel so busy during the week that I don’t want anything extra. Mark pretty much told me to stick with school, so no doubt I’ll end up listening to him as I usually do! 😛 I just feel so busy during the week. Here’s what my typical work-week looks like:
Monday – Thursday (Only difference with Friday is I have no class)
- 9-11am: Get to work
- 12:30pm: Go to lunch
- 2-2:30pm: Pick up sister from school, and drop her off. Drive back to work.
- 5:30pm: Leave work to go home
- 6-6:20pm: Drop off laptop, pick up books, make a quick dinner.
- 7-10pm: In class working.
- 10:30pm-midnight: Try to get other work done, maybe chat with friends, watch tv. Bed
- 10:30pm-2am (Thursday): At Durbin’s with my friends for drinks
There are some days when I’m really just too tired to do anything. I really don’t do much right now. Thursdays are usually the night I’ll go out, otherwise my friends know that Friday nights I like to dedicate to finishing up homework and any extra work I might have. Weekends are typically free and lately have been just hanging out with Mark doing whatever.
Other than that things have been really good. I still love work. School is so-so right now. My webdesign online course started 3 weeks early, resulting in me missing my first assignment and test. I’m really pissed off about it, but have yet to express that to the teacher. I’m finding it hard to focus on it because it’s way too fucking easy. I mean, so far I’ve “learned” how to create link, “bookmark” links, unordered lists, and DOCTYPES. Which probably explains why I have 5/12 tests done thus far.
Time to go back to coding, and sippin’ on my Jamba Juice smoothie.