Day’s Verse:
He is the radiance of His glory and the exact representation of His nature, and upholds all things by the word of His power.
Hebrews 1:3

I wish I had a fur coat as luxurious as our dog’s. She looks a lot warmer and fuzzier than I’ll feel when I go outside today. Only I don’t get snow and ice accumulating between my toe pads either, so life has its trade-offs.

Although many generous schools cancel class for President’s Day, but WPI is hardnosed about its policies and drags its students and professors in every day possible. As if President’s Day wasn’t enough to cancel class for, this new snowstorm really should have put a stop to classes (although in all honesty it is hardly a storm; more of a snow flutter).

I found out today that I only need four more points in my biology class to earn an A. I have 266 points and need only 270 for a low A, with a possible of 108 more points to earn. Is it obscene to think I could get over 100% in the class? And, ironically, I don’t even like it that much – it’s all the structuring. Confusing, disorganized, random bits of trivia to memorize. Who cares if Cnidarians and Ctenophores are diploblastic not triploblastic? Honestly.

– KF –

PS – You rock!

5 thoughts on “Get Busy Living or Get Busy Dying

  1. Clark has classes today too. The only one day holiday we get is Labor Day. Then we get three days off for Thanskgiving, a week (though it’s less than a week in the fall semester) for each of the two midterm breaks, and winter break. That’s it.

  2. So would it be better to have no class today but have the school year end later? Or to just go-go-go like we do now and end fairly early? (Although honestly, this year we don’t even get out that early.)

  3. I don’t mind how it is now. Our last day of classes is May 2 and last day of finals is May 10, and I’d rather do that then get more random vacations in the middle but not get out for the summer until June or something.

    By the way, your doggie is really cute. 🙂

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