Monday, November 29, 2010
Class from 9-10am. Bowling P.E. from 10 - 11am. Work-out at the ARC, lunch at the DC, nap at home and sit around doing whatever I want (doing laundry, drawing cartoons, playing guitar and going to a flag football playoff game at night (which we won bt dubs)). That was my day, and notice how the word "study" is not included. Excellent.
Friday, November 12, 2010
Why is the word 'streak' pronounced like 'streek'? I mean, it only has one more letter than steak, which is pronounced 'stake' and not 'steek' yet it is not pronounced in a similar way... WHY!?!?! But wait, there's more confusion: a similar word: 'break' is pronounced the same as steak, like 'brake' and is NOT said like 'breek'. Why is 'streak' so different and special? Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
my brain hurts.
no wonder pablo has a tough time learning this crazy language.
props to you if you followed my thought process.
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Tonight David, Jason and I pitched in to create an AWESOME fajita (pronounced Fah-hee-tah) dinner. This was at the end of day that was supposed to include some much-needed studying, but instead consisted of listening to loud music and sitting around. It was a rainy day well spent.
Friday, November 5, 2010
Ever feel like your professor is lecturing just at you like you're the only one in the room. Well, since my bio professor likes to use the chalk board, his back is always pointing towards the class. This means that any time he wants to address the class he awkwardly looks over his right shoulder and stares at the same 6 students or so since he can't strain his neck to face the entire class. It's pretty intimidating for those few students since they have to act like they're paying attention to everything he says. He also tends to ask a lot of questions ensure that the class is following along. This means that those 6 students have to nod their head constantly trying to show that they understand. But it's more than he just looks at them; he stares at them like they're the only one's in the room (unless you're that one kid who constantly asks questions and tries to correct the teacher in 2 of my lectures, then he recognizes you, but that's for another blog...). Whatever you do just don't sit in those few seats...