December 2007 Agenda

This post is old, so what you see here may not reflect my current opinion and mindset, certain information may be outdated, and links may be broken.

Shakespeare Class
– Read Hamlet.
– Read King Lear.
– Read Macbeth.
– Interpretative reading assignment.
December 19: FINAL EXAM.

Modern Poetry Online Class
– Answer discussion fifteen.
– Read more poems.
December 11: FINAL PAPER DUE.

Asian Philosophy Class
– Research Chinese medicinal procedures and its relationship to Taoism and do a presentation by December 1 or 8.
– Research another Asian Philosophy related topic.
December 22: FINAL ESSAYS (two of them) DUE.

December 13: The monthly staff meeting from six pm to eight pmish.
– Study Shakespeare every possible lunch break no matter how much I loathe reading them.
– Bring my keyboard there and teach holiday songs.

– Update Capriccio for the holiday rotation.
– Finish and send off Christmas cards.
December 4: Receive my first pay cheque with this new job and figure out just how bad the deductions are.
– Figure out how I’m going to attend SAHS’ Winter Concert, which will occur most likely on December 13… >_< ;;. Missing this one will be the first concert I have not attended since 1997. Conclusion
I solemnly swear that
– I will try not to die in the process.
– I will not curse anybody to the Andromeda galaxy more than once.
– I will scream and punch something solid once in a while so I do not bottle up my frustrations.
– I will be thankful that I am receiving a pay cheque instead of screaming bloody murder at all the deductions.
– I will party and get blasted on that faithful day of December 22, 2007.

P.S. — Yes this blog author has no life whatsoever. She is slowly going demented in the process of struggling through her last three classes with the combination of work. She will most definitely go through a long healing and recuperating process of not taking any single classes from six months to a year. With that extra spare time, she will catch up on sleep, on her video games, on her books, on her animes, on her movies, and on her sanity.

P.P.S — For the first time ever, in college, I have flunked a portion of my midterm in an English class. (No flunking my College Algebra exams do not count) I received a grand total of 48% on my objective part of the Shakespeare midterm. On that portion we were given passages from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Richard II, and Romeo and Juliet, and we had to identify which character said the passages.

Luckily, the majority of the class did horrid on that portion, so my professor decided to drop that grade. What’s funnier is that I aced the subjective part of my midterm: the essay portion. I totally butchered the concept of the Shakespearean definition of love saying that it was fickle. I received an A on that. I fucking rule in both aspect of flunking and ace-ing my midterm.