September 18th, 2007


Days of work

I am hacking away at work! *sound of falling brush and saplings*
(Belloq is distracted by jungle idols and is not helping me at all -_- *guh!*)

Let's begin with yesterday:
Yesterday morning I woke up late at 9:30/10:00am and then got things in order for the day. I had Bible study from 12-1. Then I went to the CLIS lounge to do homework. I did work on my Mini classification Project from then until 4:30. I took a break from 4:30 to 5:15. I acted as TA during class from 5:30-8:15. The shuttle was slow, so I didn't get home until 9:00. When I did get back, I had no more than gotten into my room to throw my stuff in the corner than all the electricity in the building went off. It was exciting! After it came back on, I typed up the first draft of the hierarchy that I had drawn up from my classification concept cards that afternoon. I worked until past 11:00, at which point I realized how late it was. I ate a quick snack and tried to go to bed. I couldn't sleep. So I got up and did some more work, this time answering emails from students and trying to address some web problems our club is facing. I got to sleep around 1:30 or 2:00.

My alarm went off at 5:00. Time for early morning prayer meeting! I decided against going, since I needed to do work and sleep. After letting my Bible teacher know, I went back to sleep at 5:30 and slept until 9:30. Since then I have been sitting here in my pajamas correcting and adjusting my hierarchy structure, terms, facets, and cross references. I just now finished and submitted the assignment.

This afternoon at 2:00 I will meet with my group. We normally have class at that time, but since we do not have class, we are taking the opportunity to meet and go over our project plan. We must coordinate the attack! After this, I have reading to catch up on that was due today, as well as reading that is due tomorrow that I have not finished.

Tomorrow morning I will attend EMPM at 5:30. Then, I plan to do table duty at the First Look Fair for Search the Scriptures from 10-1. Stop by and say hi! :) I then have class running from 1-4 and then 6-9.

Thursday I may do table duty at the First Look Fair for UBF. (I am not sure if I have time to teach the Bible this semester or not, though...) Also on the agenda is to get homework done.

LBSC 690 0101 (TA) - Assist students in completing and uploading the first homework
LBSC 690 0102 (TA) - Notify students of grades and the correct answers
LBSC 775 - Readings, collection of terms from libraries, books, web systems, etc (may involve field trips to the National Library of agriculture and LC)
LBSC 795 - Readings, prepare the in-class web resources presentation, midterm project due soon (and I haven't really started yet)
LBSC 705 - Readings, homework problem set

Also, I have my own plans, which include:

-My family visiting Friday! :)
-Hanging out with either UBF or Search the Scriptures later on Friday night
-Sunday worship service

How can I possible not go crazy in the midst of this, I wonder!
Hiromasa chibi!


And I am behind in my coursework already.
This is a bad sign of what is to come!

I did manage to finish the reading that was due today for indexing class. I also attempted to finish tomorrow's decision making reading, but the Flow diagrams and linear equations were too dense to browse through. 'Math, why did it have to be math?' No, actually the math is fun...when I grasp what is going on. I also like playing with the program called Graph. It's fun to solve the Maximizing Profit problems.
But after all this, I didn't even begin the 17 online readings due for HCI tomorrow. It's a good thing that I am in a humorous mood - otherwise, I might just break down and cry!

I need to remember that this will all end soon...very soon.
Not that that idea comforts me, really.

Ha, what am I complaining about? This happens every semester!

On the positive side, I can successfully play through Quasar on Stepmania at 0.8 speed and only miss a few arrows. That is cool. This is Quasar! :)
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