Aberzombie, you are welcome to post here whenever you are feeling down. In fact, I for one want you to post here when you are down. You are family. Granted, that is a dead, decaying, watch your back and put it down and out of it's misery sort of family member, but family none the lest.
All in all, I do hope that things go better for you. If you want to talk about what is happening in your life, we will be here for you. ~gags Aberzombie the minute he starts to talk about his life~
Trying to sort out next semester's classes. For my mental health I'm deliberately creating an easy semester. Calc 2, statistics, yoga (cause I need an extra credit to be full time), and then I'm having a really hard time deciding between physical anthropology and mythology. they're at the same time so I can't take both, but they both sound so interesting. Decisions, decisions.
Wow, that sounds really interesting Lynora. I hope it'll be less problematice than this one. Yoga, is that an actual course (with lessons & exams) or a 'after-hours' course that shows you are dedicated/ bonding with the school. Hope that's not a silly question, but our education system is completely different.
Sorry about the feline frolics Sharoth.
Hope things will get better for you AZ.
At least some good news with Cheapy & the whiskey :P
Hope everyones day starts with a glorious morning and get's better.
Yoga is a two credit course that as far as I can tell from the description consists of showing up every week for a two hour lesson in which you do yoga. I don't think there are exams. It's one of a series of classes offered that are one or two credits because you need a minimum of twelve credits per term to be considered full time and three credit classes often leave you one or two credits short. It's not a silly question at all. As you said, different systems. :)
That's cool being able to do exercise and earn credits. Well it does make students well-rounded and de-stressed.
De-stressing is definitely the idea. :)And finished with registration. I did end up going with mythology. Hopefully I'll get another chance to take the other class because it does sound super interesting.
Come back from japan with a real katana, and de-stress the fun way next time some schmuck at work annoys you! :D
<Smiles at images of a zombie with a katana chasing people through an office building>
Hm, that thought, and a cup of coffee, and my morning will start looking better! :)
I'd say lack of exercise is just as likely to leave the students well round.
Indeed. In that sense I'd like to be a little less well-rounded and a little more in a shape other than round. :P
Means the same thing over here so I'm sure most of us got it =)
I've never been anywhere in the US that uses that word like they do in the UK. In British slang, it means "hot".
British teenage boy: "Did you see that girl back there? She was well fit!"
Everywhere I've been in the US, it is less-sexual word for someone who is in good physical condition.
US personal trainer: "On this routine, we'll have you fit in no time."
Bitter Thorn wrote:
SO FREAKING AWESOME
I don't even think I'll feel different when I get the monthly bill! ^_-
Celestial Healer wrote:
Heh, within the context of the quote either definition makes sense, but I do stand corrected.