The joys of finals week, and the real joy of that week being over.
by, 05-13-2010 at 06:56 PM (880 Views)
So today was my final legitimate day of class. For those of you who don't know I'm a returning college student this semester. Previously I was a working professional (of course not many people consider musicians professionals, but I do), hurt my back pretty good in '09 which prevented me from doing what I did, and have decided to return to continue on in my education.
Wrapping up this semester has been a tedious task, and as it always seems to happen I was swamped in these last couple weeks with reports and projects and presentations ad-nauseam. If I recall correctly, I've written (well, typed) around the area of 20 pages in reports, transcribed two vocal charts and arranged them for a saxophone presentation (on an instrument I haven't played in nearly two years), read a novel, made a formal presentation of that novel, and delineated a comparison of two separate philosophical theories of emotion for a very stressful report (which counted for 30% of the class grade): all in the last two weeks.
Was it worth it? Well sure, I'm back in college doing these things because I want to be (for the first time in my life, really). But it doesn't mean I don't love it when it's over!
Anyways, just needed to type that out somewhere. Glad to be done.