Yeah, we had classes again today. But I'm so excited because I had a really good into to ancient history class today. Like, really good. I understood what was going on and I got a lot of good notes for the quiz next week. I participate a lot to try and understand how things are going and for the past few classes that we've had it didn't seem to help until now.
There was a community standards meeting today which is what we always do whenever we're back from a break and it was a normal meeting. What I'm bummed about though is the fact that there's an even they're doing which is based off the game of life where you write down your dream job or what you want to be doing in the future (married with kids, single with [insert salary here]) and then you stop at different tables with different scenarios and you'll see how well your life would be by the end. I really wanted to do it, but I have World Music the same day and time it's happening. I was really excited about that idea.
Hmm. What else?
My sisters and I (Mack and I know first hand) realize that the Physical Plant/Maintenance don't get a lot of recognition when it comes to cleaning up snow and ice and a lot of students complain and don't realize the work they do to clear things out. This past snow days the maintenance department stayed overnight twice to make sure things were clear for us students and all I've heard is other students continue to complain about things maintenance haven't gotten to yet. So, because Mack and I work in Physical Plant and Mere and Steph know from us how badly they're treated, we bought and signed a card thanking them all for the work they did. It's not much but we think it'll be appreciated, our supervisor liked the idea.
I won't be there when Mack gives it to them to see how they react, but I hope it'll bring a smile to their faces and they realize just how much we at least appreciate the things they do for us. They really don't have to do everything they do for us and they usually do it without a thank you from students so it's the least we could do.
Loves anything red. Rock music, playing the guitar, drawing, writing, tattoos, and sports are some of my interests and hobbies. I like to laugh, I like to think I'm funny. I talk a lot...just a warning.