Suzi (k00kaburra) wrote,
Suzi
k00kaburra

It's the first day of the last month of the year.

After frantically scrambling right up to the last minute, I finished my art history term paper on time and got it turned it. It sucked balls. I put off too much too late and thus had weak research to backup my poorly-argued point. But it was finished, and as far as I'm concerned that's all that matters. I'd say it's about a C, maybe a B- if I'm lucky.
Le sigh. It would have been so nice to get an A in that class, but even if I ace the final I'm not sure that'll be possible since the term paper is so heavily weighted.

Also managed to finish my book covers for the Color class. Whew. I actually got one of the guys in my class to cut them for me, because I hate doing it so much, but we had a miscalculation and accidentally made one of the covers too small. Luckily, some masking tape came to the rescue in a truly ghetto fashion and I *think* it'll work out fine. I mean, when we had assembled the covers in class it looked OK.
I should've taken pictures of the final covers before I took them to school, but oh well.

Today is a quiet, Zen sort of day. I don't have any immediate assignments looming over my head so I can relax and breath a bit. Get some exercise. Drink tea. Read a book. Chill out.
How nice.
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