Suzi (k00kaburra) wrote,

Today did not go well.

Le sigh.
I thought that my group project for Mythology and Folklore would only take a little bit of time today. Maybe an hour, two hours tops? We'd run through the slides a couple of times, make sure we didn't miss anything important, and be ready to roll tomorrow in class. That would give me plenty of time to study this afternoon and evening for my math test tomorrow.

No good. For some reason, Zoolander took most of the afternoon. We had to re-write much of the text for the slides, because the formatting was sloppy (different capitalization on every page, typos galore) and spent far too much time hunting for images and sound clips online. Man. Since no more than two or three people can work on a computer at the same time, half the group played video games. Tanya baked a cake. Clearly, time management was a bit of an issue. By the time we finished the second presentation run-through, it was past five o'clock. Ugh. That SUCKED.

I didn't get to practice much of my math, in the end. I am just so wiped out for some reason, I can barely keep my eyes open at 8 o'clock. I think I'm going to go to bed and wake up early tomorrow to do practice problems. Hopefully I sleep better than the last few nights...I don't know if it's stress or what, but I have not been able to fall asleep without tossing and turning for over an hour first.
Tags: deanza, zoolander

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