Corgi puppy, google images
There is nothing cuter than a corgi puppy.....nothing. I would love to have another corgi, but they are too expensive, and don't fit into my austerity plan for retirement...ha ha ha.
This semester I signed up for 3 classes ~ pilates, individual studies (a continuing class on my Chaco studies), and an archaeology class.
~I dropped the archaeology class because of the comments of my individual studies professor. He did not recommend that I take the honors class because the Prof. is overshadowed by his wife's accomplishments & bitter about it......and the reviews on ratemyprofessor.com. One student actually stated "obviously mentally ill", and another said he took an interesting subject and made is incredibly boring. Not to mention that his lectures ramble, and rarely follow the reading material, which is what you're actually tested on.
~I dropped the pilates class last week because I developed a severe migrane about 3/4 of the way through the class. I had to have Romeo come and get me, and one of the gym employees called an ambulance ~ they checked me out, said I was OK (as far as my heart and blood pressure) and then gave me a gurney ride to the car because I said I didn't know how I was going to walk all that way, because if I stand up, I was going to vomit. It was embarrassing.
**So now I only have the individual studies and the history class I'm taking at BYU. I looked for another phys ed class, but I couldn't find one that was on the weekend or evening. Sound familiar? My ongoing issue. If you're tired of hearing about it, truthfully, I'm tired of bitching about it.
**I was basically accepted into the honors program, but the MANDATORY class is on Tuesday from 1pm to 2:50pm. Again, I can't take it. Once I recall my current anthropology professor asked me if I would be able to quit work soon........yeah, right.
Why do I continue, you ask? Well, I'm a senior now. I'm getting close to the goal. Quit now? No. I'm a stubborn bitch, you see.
Enjoy your weekend...spend time with your family. Be thankful for your blessings.