Tuesday, September 21, 2010

BW Pics

So it's finals week for this term at school and I can't believe I have perfect attendance AND an A average, thank you very much. Here is the thing, English continues next term but I find I'm struggling because it's first period and I'm NOT a morning person and I find myself just sitting there in a daze staring at my prof and taking notes but not absorbing anything. I got a B on both tests, I'll still get an A because of full points on homework and some other stuff but what if I start pulling C's? So I was thinking of switching to a night class where I'd be more alert, the only thing is that it's 3 1/2 hours twice a week. So pros and cons.
Pros: I've taken night classes before and did better than ANY morning class I've ever had. Two nights as opposed to 3 days a week. I feel like I would have a better chance pulling an A. No sitting next to Hot New Guy. Maybe use my mornings for gym time since I have only been once! More adults? I have a lot of kids in my morning class and they are loud. The night classes would be full of people who are working, not sure why that is a pro but it seems like it would be.
Cons: No Stoner Joshua, lol, he's cool peeps BUT I'd have him in my other 3 classes of the day. It's 3 1/2 hours, twice a week. No Mrs. Miller, she's a hoot and a very good instructor. The night people won't be the class I started with.

Looks like it's pointing toward a good thing. I'm going to sit in on Thursday's night class and see it how goes.

Until then, enjoy these wonderful distractions! ;) peace


  1. If you're not a morning person, it sounds like the night class is probably a good place for you. I think it's a good idea for you to check out the instructor first, though.

    I always liked my Tuesday/Thursday classes and my night classes best. I liked sleeping later, plus I could work in a nap time. :)

  2. LOL, yeah, that's what I'm thinking. I kind of know I don't function well in the mornings. So I'll do a sit in and see what happens from there. So glad a teacher is following me! My English teacher voiced the same reasoning. That's cool, you don't take it personally you want what's best for the student! That's good teaching. ;) peace