Nothing really eventful has been going on the last few days. I have been going to school, doing homework, going to Tae Kwon Do and Kickboxing. That is about it. Sometimes I notice or hear things that interest me. Otherwise, the days just move along.
I did well on my first math quiz. I expected to, but it is always good when I meet my own expectations in math. Sometimes, and I have no idea why, but I make silly mistakes when I do math. It has been an issue since high school, and I see it popping up every now and again now. I hope to keep it from happening on my quizzes and tests, though.
We finished reading Fences by August Wilson in English. We are still discussing it, though, so I am keeping myself from making an opinion of it until we are done with it completely. We are also now getting into how writing involves a lot of revision. I have lots of experience with that from my Air Force days when writing and rewriting performance reports. If I only had to do a couple drafts on a performance report before my leadership accepted it, I was amazed.
Psychology is always interesting. Our instructor is very good. He can keep us interested through the entire lecture. No easy feat, I imagine.
I am starting up running again for Tae Kwon Do. My brother and I have a tentative agreement to start meeting up during the week and running at the same time. I had to assure our instructor that I will make that arrangement with my brother. Apparently, he approached my brother about helping me run and Nathan was a little anxious about the idea of suggesting that I might need assistance or someone to help motivate me. He told our instructor that he has no doubt I will be able to motivate myself to run and it would be awkward for a younger sibling to suggest otherwise. I was amused when I found out about the conversation. I assured both I would be willing to take any assistance offered without complaint. I wondered for a moment if I could still be intimidating to Nathan. A little, I suppose.