April 30th, 2007

sell soul

(no subject)

Today was my last day ever of French grammar and number theory, which makes me sad. Tomorrow will sadden me too, for it'll be the last day of astronomy and probability. Still, I'll just have a paper and exams, and it'll be over!

I've yet to

Yay! Just checked my e-mail, and I've been chosen as a co-writer of JP! This will be one interesting summer. *adds post-it note to wall*

Now where was I going with that last sentence? Oh yes. I've still yet to really start that astronomy paper. Which is another reason I should have started this a really long time ago. But so is life.

So here's the plan for the rest of the semester.

Astronomy and probability
Work on paper
Scholarship information reception (basically a meeting with faculty advisors about various scholarships)

Work like mad on that paper
Work on probability final
LSC from 2 to 3

Turn in paper
JP writers meeting
Study for astronomy and number theory finals
Work on probability final

Take astronomy final (Saturday afternoon at latest)
Work on probability final
Study for number theory final

Monday (Tuesday night at latest):
Take number theory final

Finish probability final, pack, and leave on Wednesday. Sounds like a plan to me.

I just realized that I'm going to have a take-home final that'll eat my soul every semester until at least next spring, and if Dr. Lewin teaches real analysis, I'll have one then too. Why? Because I sold my soul to the math department. I still epsilon greater than them, though.