but it wouldn’t let me post (“unauthorized”), so I copied and pasted into a new window, published, closed the tab…and then realized that it only posted the first paragraph. Now, I get to rewrite everything. Oh joy.
It’s okay though, because I realized my computer needs to charge and the spot next to the outlet was open, so I took advantage of that. Now, I need to wait for it to charge so that I can go to advising and show them what classes I want to take. I should have gone an hour ago (it’s walk-in, so I don’t have a specific appointment time), but I didn’t. Hopefully, there isn’t too long of a line and I’m able to get through it quickly and get to my volunteering position on time.
Today, we’re going to print tulips with forks. I found it on the internet and it’s springy and at the clients’ level, so that’s what I’m doing. After I’m done there, I’m going home. And then, the fun starts. I’ll be Skyping with my cousin and some amount of her five kids for our first virtual art lesson (she homeschools, I help). I’ve made a website and everything. It’s going to be AWESOME!!!!!!! I’m a little bit excited; can you tell?
It’s really sunny in this spot next to the outlet. That makes it difficult to see the screen. Oh well, that’s what I get for being an art major in an art building that doesn’t have a lot of outlets, I guess. ‘Cause, you know, I totally choose my schools based on electricity accessibility.
I’ve already forgotten most of what I wrote about earlier. Oh well. I think I’ll record thoughts on my drive home (by talking to a recorder) and then type them up later. I do that now. It’s helpful for homework, I’ve discovered. I’ve written two things that way, and it makes it way easier for me. Who knew driving could be so productive?
I guess I’ll be done here for now. Maybe I’ll write more later, about my application to the college of education and my interesting class discussions. Or maybe I won’t. I don’t know yet.