Tuesday, January 18, 2011

First Day of Class...Kind Of

Today was the first day of class for my last semester as an undergraduate. We ended up having a snow day. Or half of a snow day because they did not cancel classes until the afternoon. So I had my nutrition class this morning and stayed and watched the snow fall in the afternoon. I actually kind of wanted to go to my afternoon class because it is called Performance Ethnography and I am not sure what it is about.

Anyway, I was also glad classes were cancelled today because I am fighting a horrible cold which I fear might be turning into an ear infection. Not cool. I have been drinking a lot of tea and taking a lot of Dayquil.

I have seen the syllabi for 5/6 classes and this is getting ready to be another difficult semester. I did not get into the developmental psychology class at the other school like I wanted so I added another class called health communication that I think will look good on nursing school applications.

Stay warm!

3 comments:

Miz Flow said...

Gah..I've only had one ear infection and that was around this time last year. It was one of the worst things ever! I hope it does not turn into an ear infection!
xoxo

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