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Date: 2011-02-07 19:01
Subject: Speaking of school....
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Location:Home, where the heart lives
Mood:crazy crazy

Its still going on.  Its midterms this week so I've been on stress overload. Not because I think I am going to fail, but just from life in general.

So, quick roundup of the status of classes:

Maths: I have gotten 2 tests out of 5 back and have missed half a problem on each. If it continues in this vein I should pass algebra with an A or B. I think I really kinda like the 5 hour/1 day class set up. At this time I'm testing on the same stuff we are going over in lecture so I'm ahead of the curve by one. 

Intro to Funeral Services: I am not sure what I was really expecting from this, but I am pretty sure that a tour of the History of Funerals from Egypt to Modern Times is not it. I think I was expecting that it would be an overview of the entire program, with discussion on all the different aspects of Funeral services, from director to embalmer. I am less sure of my grade in this class but I have hopes to escape with a passing grade. I love history, just not history written from a specific viewpoint. >;(

Sociology of Death and Dying: This class rocks! The teacher is a hoot, the information is interesting and engaging and the class all likes to participate. Of course, there is the obligatory know-it-all geek boy (or girl) in the class, but they seemed to have calmed down.

I didn't sleep well over the weekend and that is one of the things that is contributing to my general crankiness. Hopefully I'll be able to get some good sleep tonight and be in a better mood tomorrow.

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