Or something like that. I wish. Then maybe class would be cancelled.
I am so ready for this kind of night to be over with… for the rest of my life… until I have to do it with my kids. The kind of night where you stay up studying because the other option is to wake up early, and knowing myself, I would just sleep. Then I would fail at life.
Or… at least at the test.
I’m not a studier. Honestly, I rarely study. But for some reason these summer classes have tunneled like little worms into my heart and I can’t help but study. Haha. Just kidding. I just know that, since I have only been listening to this stuff for a month, instead of four or five months… it’s just not as ingrained as it should be. So here I am, up at 1:32 in the morning, trying to study for my exam… which is 12 hours away. I guess I still have time to finish studying, and sleep 8 hours. Haha. The joys of classes starting in the afternoon. I’m not a crazy – I don’t wake up early on a normal day, and I definitely don’t wake up early on a summer day.
So really… I just felt like writing a real post, ya know… one with thoughtful stuff. Unfortunately, all I have on my mind is the use of strategic bombing in World War II, Lassaiz-Faire, and hoping to the high heaven’s that I can spell “Versailles” right tomorrow when I don’t have spell check to make me look smart.
Golly jeepers people. My life is so boring. PLUS – I’m a complete spaz. I should’ve studied over the weekend, but my husband got me all worked up and mad, and I could barely eat, there was no way I had the mental fortitude to sit down and read this. Blah! So now I am trying to cram an entire semester’s worth of information into one night. Glory glory be, I am a nut case! I have umm… 3/9 pages done. Honestly, I feel like I know most of the stuff, but not specifically… not enough to write a mini-essay on 4/40 subjects I’m studying. Unless he offers four that I know. Then I will be in fantastic shape. And I think I will write my longer essay about the change from peseant to laborer during the British Agricultural Revolution. I know lots about that… and the whole treating labor as part of the supply and demand chain and thinking people are just like any other resource. Blah blah blah. I should look this up, because with my luck he will say “WHO said blah blah blah WHEN, and WHY was it important.” And umm… it happened some times after Jesus died, and uhh… some one said it. Crap.
Okay. I think I am done with my crazy 1:32 rant about how much I suck at remembering historical events. This could either go really really well… or suck. Here’s hoping for the first!