Essay & the Great Candy Debate
So, the overcommunicationn essay was turned in Tuesday (and due today) and there was the assignment of the Great Candy Debate where the class split into groups of four or five and was given a candy to point out the positive facts, to debate about. The candy in the debate were Sweetarts, Reese's, M&M's, Skittles, and Air Heads. My group had Sweetarts. The presentation...well, luckily, Candace managed to convince the other three to come up front and read some of the facts that I'd dug up. But at least it's over and done with.
My math class is going surprisingly well, considering that's my worst subject. I'm doing far better than I normally would and I actually like going to class every Monday and Wednesday. I'm ahead of most of the class, finishing with Unit 5 while the others are still working toward the Unit 4 lessons that are due. I plan on taking the Unit 5 Exam on Monday so I can begin Unit 6, the final unit of the class.
So, for the weekend I plan to go to the movies to see Journey 2 The Mysterious Island on Friday then come home, read the essays for English, and write all the journal entries for them to get those out of the way (even though they're not due until the 28th). The next thing to do: print off the study guide for the first exam in Psychology so that I can study.
Sometime during the weekend, I am going to sit down and just write for twenty or thirty minutes about anything not school related. It could be the second book of the series mentioned in previous posts, the alchemy story, the fantasy story, or any number of other story ideas that I have that I need to work on. Then, I'm going to take about an hour to just catch up on my reading. The book I'm currently reading is Partner in Crime by J.A. Jance and it is awesome. It's one book from her Joanna Brady series, a mystery series about a woman sherriff in the town of Bisbee, Arizona, and all the drama of being a mother, having a new husband, a new house, several animals to care for, dealing with fighting in the ranks of the sherriff's department, catching criminals, and dealing with her own mother and her mother's new husband, the medical examiner.