English was fine, except now I basically have to completely re-do my essay. A bunch of us do. If you want something in third person, you should tell your class. And you shouldn't provide many examples of first person writings. I'm a little annoyed with that class right now.
Assuming I pass these two classes, I'll have 12 credits I need to take. A history, two sciences, and an elective (to fulfill my residency requirement). I applied to FSU for the fall. So here's what I'm thinking:
-Two classes this summer: EUH1001 (will be the same prof as current, easy class) and AST 1002, assuming I can take it at night.
-a self-paced class ("come in and take the tests") starting very soon. Like, next week if I can possibly do that. If I can do a self-paced Humanities class, that just seems genius.
After class I hung out in the parking lot for awhile talking to a guy from the class about the class and about the eclipse. He brought up some interesting ideas about only being able to ever see one side of the moon from earth. I know I probably seemed like a complete dunce, but I'm convinced that it's a very simple reason that we only ever see one side of the moon. Gravity. Either that or the other side of the moon is ugly, so it only puts it's best face forward. Eventually we left, realizing it was freezing and I was missing Idol.
And then, I watched the lunar eclipse (parts of it anyway) and American Idol. I'm not really impressed with any of the girls except Ramiele and Syesha. The boys are much better, and my two faves are Jason C and Michael. Results tonight! (DVRing)