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Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Let's haze the freshman

I'm officially a college freshman...again. Only 10 years apart, but hey, what can you do? I was supposed to start my classes yesterday, but we had some severe weather on Monday night, and a bolt of lightning hit a substation that services the campus, and they had no power until 6pm last night. So, my first class will be tonight. From 7-10pm. Oh, the joys of night classes. It's an Intro to Special Education class. My major is going to be Special Ed, with a minor in Early Childhood Education.

It's kind of exciting starting classes again. It should be interesting to say the least. My other class is a Computers in Society class. Jeff took it a couple years ago; he said it was cake. The final exam is making a document in Word. But, apparently the professor I have is the "She-witch" of the campus. Not very nice, derogatory towards her students, and you have a hard time understanding her. So, we shall see how it goes. Can I hold my tongue long enough to pass the class?? I don't know if I have more "guts" than the average college freshman, but I do NOT generally stand by while someone is being rude to me. If her reputation is true, then we might end up having a few "Professor discussions". I don't know how old this woman is, but if she's the same age as me or younger...yeah I might have a problem with her attitude. Sorry, not going to sit idly by & let someone try to bully me, even if they have a freaking Master's Degree.

Thankfully since one of my classes is a weeknight, that means I only have to get childcare for about 5 1/2 hours a week. It's mostly just for Katie anyhow, since Sarah will be at preschool during 90% of my class on Tues/Thurs. Jeff has a night class this semester, too. So, we'll have to juggle our schedules a bit, but it should be exciting!

1 comment:

Meianca said...

Grats on restarting school! It's pretty fun. i'm actually taking Overview of Special Education this semester too, at the Master's level, so maybe we can compare notes. :)