Finally

I am over the crud from last weekend.  Yay.  Just in time to study for a psychology test on Monday.  I do not foresee any issues, but I cannot the say the same for my classmates.  I just hope more of them get their acts together after the last test.  I do not want to sit through another lecture on how poorly a good portion of the class did before getting my test back.  It tends to make me nervous.

I had to miss Tae Kwon Do on Monday because of the crud, but have managed to attend to the other classes.  Tuesday was interesting, because I was still not back to full strength.  I made it through, though.  The rest of the week went by more smoothly.  I find myself getting fatigued easier this week, though.  Not fun.

There was a quiz in math yesterday.  I made a small mistake on one problem.  Still got a good grade, though, so I cannot complain too much.

I had to write an essay in English today.  I have no idea how well that turned out.  Our classes are only 50 minutes long, and I wanted to write the full essay.  I finished just as the class ran out of time, so I was pleased about that.  I hope I did well, but we shall see.  I finally got my first paper back.  I got a decent grade on it.  The instructor said I should not have included so many details from the book I was writing about, but I wrote the paper with the idea that someone would read it not having read the book, so I wanted to make sure they were aware of the context I was pulling the quotes and examples from.  To be honest, I do not think I would go back and change that part.

So, this weekend will be spent studying for my psychology test.  I also have a Kickboxing class in the morning and plan to run both tomorrow and Sunday.  Depending on how I feel after Sunday's run, I might try to run Monday, too.  I will not run on Tuesday or Thursday of next week.  I do both Kickboxing and Tae Kwon Do on those days, and that is difficult enough.  I will not be as energized for the first class, and will have little energy left for the second if I run on those days.

Fun stuff.

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About emeree

I am an Air Force veteran. I served as a Security Forces troop for nearly seven years and reached the rank of Staff Sergeant before separating in 2008. My tours of duty were in England and Oklahoma. I live in the Seattle area, which is where I grew up. I used my GI Bill and earned a degree from the University of Washington. I currently work in downtown Seattle and experience all the adventure that comes with that.
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