Quick Update

School is FABULOUS! I love, love, LOVE my classes! (Well, except for algebra, but we won’t talk about that. That one I had to take. *pout*)

Everything I am doing is hands-on, production, script writing, lighting, camera, graphics,etc – all that and history, too! I am SOOO happy you cannot begin to express it. It is a little bit crowded, a little bit harried being a full time student carrying 18 credit hours. So, I know I owe reps, and I should be able to get to them all this weekend at the very latest. I will try to pick up some tonight after I print out my coursework. Anyway, I am just so squeefully happy I can’t stand it; even when most of my classmates are young enough to be my kids. It doesn’t matter. There are a few of us oldsters in there who finally said, “fuck it! I’m doing what I want to do with the rest of my life!”

That and there are jobs in production all over the place when I get out!


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8 responses to “Quick Update

  1. I feel you on the algebra, love. Just took a test yesterday to opt out of all of the basic maths, because I hates them with a blinding passion. Sadly, though, I’ve got Statistical Economics, Principles of Economic Management, and…something else economic-related on my class list. I may suck it up and take an elective algebra course next semester to help out with more of my econ studies.

    Your classes started early, though! Mine don’t start until the 25th!

  2. That is totally awesome! πŸ™‚

  3. excellent! i’m so glad it has worked out and that you are having a wonderful time!

  4. YAY!!!!! *twirls you round and round!* You deserve so many wonderful things! I’m so happy for you!

  5. ooc-meta-heh…

    Meta: Congratulations. Anything that makes your mun smarter is quite acceptable in my book.

    ooc – And from me to you, good job and don’t let those little barely out of pubescence punks get your dander up.

    • Re: ooc-meta-heh…

      No doubt! After her latest fiascoes one can only hope!

      OOC: Thanks! Actually, the kids are pretty great. They remind me of my son and his girlfriend and I tend to deal pretty well with them. The key is mutual respect. I have an executive producer that could be my son on the school project and I am perfectly fine with that. πŸ˜‰

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