then I had 3 hours of my radio journalism class, which is pretty interesting. It will be a massive amount of work, but it should be fun and I'll actually have something tangible to show when I'm done (the packages we produce).
followed that up with a little chinese lunch special before a meeting w/ director of CEOs program, who was helpful in bouncing some biz ideas off of and also in my soon to begin new job search.
then came my 2pm research class, which was the reason I MISSED the chance to defend my intramural golf tournament championship. I emailed the guy asking about meeting some other time with him, but he gets back to me at 4pm, blaming the power outage for the slow response. Further, while usually I have no reservations about forgoing class for a free round of golf, he said this was a class we really couldn't miss. What a load of crap, had he e-mailed me the document he handed out in class, I very well could've gotten up to speed on what we're doing on my own, and missed out on an hour of his mindless rambling and retarded questions from kids who like to hear their own voice a lot.
then put in two hours at work - things are finally slowing down with my job at least, even though I missed Friday and Monday due to the storm. After this Friday, my big project there is basically done and my day-to-day tasks become very, very light. Yes, co-worker (no name mentions here unless you have a MindSay account!) I know you already think my day-to-day tasks are light, but hey, I'm no longer complaining about it am I? My job now officially - is like butter - as my high school freshman english teacher Mr. Shanley would say.
thats about all she wrote folks. It took a while, but it looks like I'm finally settled in for the semester. Well, at least I don't think any more shit can hit the fan, but you never know - during some deep thinking during the power outage (what else are you supposed to do with no power?) I realized September has historically been a very very bad month, so, knock on wood, lets no count our chickens until they're hatched, eh?