My name is Andrea. Life is a constant learning experience and I'm trying to soak it all up. I made this blog as an outlet more for myself than anyone else so keep that in mind when you're reading the possibly not so amazing adventures of a typical busy college kid trying to find her way.
Do you ever think about the fact that the US has created and legitimized a system of institutionalized inequality by funding schools through property taxes? That basically a child’s education is only as good as the value of the property in their neighborhood. Funny how education is so often viewed as an equalizing factor when there is nothing equal about it.
Ok so let’s look at the good stuff here.
-I caught up on all my Russian homework
-Finished my Moodle posts for the year
-aced a quiz
-Edited a paper
-Finished another paper
-Finalized my schedule for next year (mostly)
-Rewrote my monologue
-Finished a huge research paper
-Finished a proposal for a project for next semester
-It’s only 7:40ish so the night is still young
-I’m almost done with a take home final
-I’m still alive
-I have a can of mandarin oranges sitting right here
-my hair looks good today
-my room is clean
-my mom and nannie will be here Saturday
The bad things?
-I’m still not done with this stupid fkn final
-I have a Russian final that is PURE TRANSLATION in two days that I haven’t had time to study for.
-I have two plays to edit
-I have a HUGE paper due Friday for a class that I never really understood and I haven’t read the book for this paper and I don’t know what the fuck I’m going to do I just hope he feels bad for me and gives me a B because I don’t think I can handle a C. I don’t get C’s. That’s not ok.
-I’m afraid I’ve destroyed my GPA this semester and I can’t do anything about it now.