Monday, September 7, 2009

The thrilling life

Oddly enough, I've been feeling borderline buried in work for the last 10 days, even though classes don't start until tomorrow. Late last week I had three "diagnostic" exams, in Greek, Latin, and ancient history, supposedly to help in placing me into the correct courses. For a seminar on archaeological theory, the professor asked me to read five background books, because my theory background is a little... informal, shall we say. All this was mostly under control, until I received an email from my Greek professor on Thursday asking us to read a "decent" amount of a thirty page speech before class on Tuesday. So I've spent most of my Labor Day weekend doing homework and while I'd like to think it may get better once school starts, I'm pretty sure it won't. Still, I'm excited for new challenges, new professors, and getting into a routine again.

In other news, I completely, totally miss the Minnesota State Fair.

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