Suzi (k00kaburra) wrote,

18 units ain't so bad...

If there's one great thing about summer classes, it's that they're only four weeks long, so if you hate something you can take it and be over it in a few short weeks. I think that's how I'll take care of math and science next summer...get it over with as quickly as possible.

The first week is done in my Industry Overview class. Hooray! I've got a test on Tuesday but this class is a breeze so that's not even a concern. The class is already a quarter done, and I'm happy. I'll be blissfully free until September 1st, when classes start up again. I'm taking Patternmaking this year...that isn't going to be a treat, seeing as I still can't sew worth beans. I'll be working on it during the summer, but I have no idea if I'll be able to handle that class. Well, worse to worse I'll have to drop it, but hopefully I'll survive. I mean, a lot of people in the fashion program can't sew, and somehow they're graduating! If I keep taking 18 units a semester, I'll be able to get out of West Valley in two years, which will be great, because I've already managed to be in college two years without accomplishing much of anything. (Bah to that!)

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