Friday, May 1, 2009

Oh College

Well I've made it through my first year of college! Okay, almost. I've survived classes, now I get to trek through all the exams which honestly shouldn't be too hard. I've got quite a bit to do though now that I think about it. I hope y'all don't mind me using this as my to do list.

Let's see...
  • I need to turn in my job application once I get my recommendation letters
  • I've got to make a collage project for my 2D art class (What? A project? I thought classes were over. Yup...they are...)
  • Also, for that same class I have to revise two paragraphs and turn those in as my final.
  • Study for Speech
  • Study for English
  • Study for Horsemanship class
  • Read a book and write a summary for my horse class
  • Study for Basic Drawing
  • Study for Bible
  • Pack
  • Get the last bit of my mail from my mailbox
  • Pack some more
Not in that order, of course, and I'm sure I've forgotten a few things, but those I remember. I have loved being at ACU and I have both good and bad memories from this year. I'm looking forward to this summer, though, even though I'll be working and taking summer courses. I hope to get a chance to ride this summer. Since I don't own a horse I don't have the leisure to ride which saddens me because I have such a passion for horses and it brings me great thrill (and I still believe that they have magic powers). Positive news is that if I get the job I want I'll be a stable hand at a horse boarding place that's like two seconds from my house and maybe if the owner of the boarding likes me enough she'll let me ride every once in a while, but I'll just have to wait and see where God wants me. 

Well, as I often say, the best way to get started is to get started, so...I think I'll start reading my book first. We need to read 300 pages and write a one page summary...yippee.


Veggy Christian said...

That does sound like quite a bit to do. I can't believe we went through this whole semester and I didn't know you were in speech class. Wait, that's a lie, I'm pretty sure I must have asked at least once, but it didn't stick. Sorry, lol. And you have to study for Basic Drawing? Wow. I am also hoping to get a job. I applied online to Kroger, so we’ll see what happens. I pray God blesses you with whatever job you get, although I know how much you would enjoy working with horses all summer. ^_^ I’m soooo going to miss you! This idea is making me sad, I don’t want to leave for so long… Oh well, I’m so glad we’ll be together next semester in Sikes, woohoo! And I hope you keep up with your blog over the summer so I can read all about your job and summer adventures.