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Wednesday, April 21, 2004

I would like to say thank you to Land O Lakes Grip 'N Go Grippaccino Vienna Roast. It must be pretty chock-full of caffeine (but is also has 37% of your daily requirement for calcium!). I was very tired before. But now it's 2:20 and I'm sitting in the computer lab typing my Spanish paragraphs on Puerto Rico. And I'm not really tired at all. And, in only 4.5 hours, I will have to wake up. Yippie. And there are three other people in this computer lab too. One girl just asked "What do you call it that amputees have. Is it a stump?". I don't know what she was writing, but it must have been interesting.

Well, I must go back to writing my Spanish paragraphs on a video that I watched twice and neither time understood more than five words of. But it had lots of pretty pictures!

Posted by Serene Chaos at 2:17:00 AM °°°

Monday, April 19, 2004

I love when professors ask the right questions on tests!! I pretty much knew what was going on, even though the test was on physiological psychology, and I don't like physio. I'm excited now. The only thing I flat out did know was one part of the labeling on the neuron. I couldn't remember that the little things at the end of the axon were the axon terminals. Oh, wait. Just now I remembered something. I actually wrote the word "axon terminal" elsewhere on the test. But when it came to creating a diagram and labeling it, the word "axon terminal" flew right out of my head. Oh well.

Now, I must complete way too much in way too little time. Weekends are so bad for procrastinators. All I do is sit at my desk with my books open checking my email, or whatever. And then it's Monday, and I have tests, and quizzes and presentations, and I have to go watch some video on Puerto Rico that we watched in Spanish class on Friday, but I did not understand, and I have to understand it and then write 250 words about it, and I have other Spanish homework to do, and education homework and statistics homework as well.

But all that is okay, because my professor asked the right questions.

Posted by Serene Chaos at 9:15:00 AM °°°

Sunday, April 18, 2004

1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to page 23.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the sentence in your journal along with these instructions.

"A Harry no lo habían puesto en el Americano sino en México para que conociera un medio totalmente de lengua española y desde temprano se familiarizara con quienes iban a ser sus ayudantes, sus prestanombres, sus eternos aprendices, sus criados" (From Ritos De Iniciacion: Tres Novelas cortas de Hispanomerica, from the story Las Batallas en el desierto)

(Via bluishorange)

Posted by Serene Chaos at 10:14:00 AM °°°