When I scheduled last spring, I was pretty pleased with myself, as I scheduled 3 days a week to start at 1pm and 2 days to start at 11. Then I thought, sure, I can work at 9 am every morning (except Tuesdays). Then I kept adding classes so that I'm at the maximum now, 20.
Which is not to say that I'm complaining, because I'm not. I don't really mind being gone all day and overall I'm not pulling my hair out over my classes (yet). And you'd think that with the Blogging Paradoxical Formula (As time to blog increases, amount of blog-worthy events decreases), I'd have stories just begging to be written. But that's just not the case, unless of course you'd like to hear about the brochure I'm designing or the Java programs I write for my CSA homework. (I can decode Pig Latin. No kidding.)
I haven't got any exciting anecdotes, although I suppose it's sort of humorous to know that because I am gone all the time there are a lot of things that just haven't been taken care of. For example, my car is going on 2 1/2 weeks of not running. I'm hoping to get it fixed at the end of this week. That will be fun. I also haven't bought groceries since about JULY, so the only things to eat at my house are hot dogs and marshmallows. Mmmm. And although I do have time to wash my clothes I don't really put them away much to the dismay of my roommate. However to the dismay of me, that roommate was pouring hamburger grease down the drain when I walked into the kitchen the other day. So we all have a lot to learn, no?