About this time, every semester, I start glancing at the things I have left to do. Depending on my mood, I either look at the list as I only have this much left to do, while other times I look at it like, omg, I still have this much to do!
Currently, I am in the "omg I still have this much to do, in such little time" mood.
In German, I have two make up test, two other tests, two presentations, and a shit ton of workbook translations to do.
In Precal, I only have one test and I think 4 online homework assignments to do.
In Trig I have one make up test, one normal test, and about 10 online homework assignments to do.
This doesn't include my finals in each class.
It's a lot to do in only four weeks of classes, but I can't wait.
I'm ready to move on to my summer classes. I've been living and breathing these three classes for far too long.
Speaking of summer classes, registration opens up next week. We're able to look at the schedule now, but we can't sign up. It's going to be a busy summer. I already see a huge problem with scheduling, though. I've got to get this worked out before they open up. Hopefully I can talk to the lady tomorrow.
I know my Calculus class will be a night class Monday through Thursday.
I've also decided to take my Humanities 2 online again.
The biggest problem is going to come from my Chemistry class. The class meets one hour every day Monday through Thursday, and I wanted to take the one closest to time to my Cal 1 class, but the Chemistry lab class is only offered one day a week for four hours and it's apparently only offered in the afternoons. I'm not exactly sure how this is possible, without them being able to offer a morning lab option for us.
I'm both excited and scared about the summer session. There are no second chances this semester. There are no dropping classes to take them the next semester. This is it. I am finishing these classes in the summer so that I can head over to the university in the fall. Grief over a miscarriage, a lost custody case, a pregnant sister, and health problems can not get in the way. For twelve weeks I will need to attempt my best to put aside these feelings so that I can take these four classes.
I'm going to try my best, which is all I can ask of myself.