I would like to thank all of you for your many positive responses to my blog (I’m being sarcastic, of course, no one has commented in the last three weeks). I don’t expect any of you to agree with the things that I say, but I would at least like some kind of feedback on my postings. I know you are out there, and I know who you are! (Sorry, just kidding again)
As I head into my last week of college for the semester, I am not facing the normal amount of work to be completed. Instead, I am dealing with a constant nervousness regarding my grades. I have not received many pieces of work which I have turned in so far this semester, which worries me. How can I figure out what grade I will receive in any class if I have no grades from the semester to base my predictions on? Are these teachers overworked, underpaid, lazy, or a combination of all three? In any case, I am looking forward to the summer and to seeing how I did in my classes.
Please don’t be under the false illusion that I have any vacation this summer. No, my friends, I will be quite busy. In June, I am taking two courses at school and in July I will be working for some of that good old minimum wage money. I complain about this level of pay, but I am also grateful to even have a paying job at all. I like to be busy, and any long break would create some level of boredom for me, at least towards the end. Therefore, I will just continue to do what I do until I achieve my goals.
How are my Yankees doing? Answer: not well, not well. Yes, I said it twice; it makes me feel upset at our lack of success so far this year. My team is overpaid and under-achieves on a regular basis. It doesn’t matter to some extent, I still want to “see” the game in person, the atmosphere is incredible and I love the feeling when you are sitting among the crowd of fans.
Thanks for your time, I feel calmer now as I head out to my day of school, for more of my thoughts check me out at lcmeridian.com where I had two articles in last month’s issue.