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Actual Classes [Aug. 25th, 2006|01:35 pm]
alcibiades010
[mood |busybusy]

Well, the first long day is over. I had classes from 9:40 till 8:00, and man was that tiring. Especially since I had to walk from Humanities on one side of the campus, to the museum and up the hill over and over again, and my feet hurt terribly, i'm going to have to buy some new tennis shoes. I had two classes with about 300 people in them, and then the rest were small discussion groups. It went well I think.
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First Morning [Aug. 23rd, 2006|07:42 am]
alcibiades010
[mood |chipperchipper]

I got up earlier than I had to today, just to get a feel for things. Last night was the first time I had slept in my loft bed, and it took a bit of getting used to , not the terribly high circumstances, but my face being about 3 feet away from the ceiling. Brent had to get up at seven and go to classes at eight, wheras, all I have to go to is that silly lab at 2:30. I hope the prof. just ends up telling us to go home, because tommorow is going to be my hectic day. I don't know what I am going to do till geology, maybe go to the UC or something, or walk to all my classes I have later to see how quickly I can get there. I'm looking forward to all of this though, it should be fun.
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UTK [Aug. 22nd, 2006|06:58 pm]
alcibiades010
Let's see, has it been a year since my last post on here, I don't really know anymore, but by the by, I now have internet. I've never had a fast internet connection, and man, is this crazy. It's even faster then connections i've had at other peoples places back in Paris. Knoxville is pretty cool, and I am just getting settled in. First day of classes tommorrow, and all I have is a lab, so I am hoping the prof. tells us just to leave. I walked around campus some today, got the College feel, it's amazing that you can walk across this place for hours and still not cover all of it, UT is so huge. When you stand next to Neyland, it seems to be one of the most imposing structures in the world, as well as being in bewteen it and Thompson-Bowling Arena. I really like this place, I think I am going to be happy, but I am still stressing a little about classes.
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UGHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [Aug. 4th, 2005|06:31 pm]
alcibiades010
[mood |infuriatedinfuriated]
[music |Light in the Glass]

Why does everything that happens at our high school have to be such a bureaucratic mess up. So finally the day has come. The first day of school was today, and I had told myself that I was going to be alright with that, it was my senior year after all, and as long as the things that I thought were set in stone A.K.A my class schedule, that I could go through this year relatively uneventful and then be done with HCHS. Wrong! I get there and head to my homeroom with Mr. Travis Jackson, which is fine, I had him as a soccer coach a couple of times, and I don't have a problem with him. Then, I get my class schedule. According to it, the only two Elective classes, not counting band, that I got which I signed up for, are Speech and Debate and Sociology and Physcology. Instead of Ancient History, which oddly enough you would think they would let someone who wants to major in Anthropology and Archeology into, was nowhere near full capacity, they stick me into World History, which I have already taken and passed with a 101 thank you very much. Then, to my horror, I find that I have been placed in Mr. Nesbitts Algebra and Trig. class, the problem with this being I signed up for no math and did'nt have it as my alternates, and I already have all of my math credits. He's Crazy. That is the simplest and yet most complicated term that can be given to him. Next semester, according to my crazy little class schedule, I have C.P. English instead of Honors English iv, which really is'nt a big deal, but I really would rather have the cirriculum of Hon. Eng. IV, but still, it's the principal. I know Monday I am going to have to go in there to talk to Ms. Reed, and I know I will be able to get switched out of World History, but the others, I don't know. I have already told my mother about getting Mr. Nesbitt, and she said that I could absoulutley not be in his class, which is a good thing I think. I will have to go through the right channels though, and Ms. Reed will of course totally ignore everything I know, so I won't get alot accomplished, so i guess in the end I will just have to leave it up to my mother, she's good at getting things done. God, I thought I could handle it, and then they do something like, this, you know, if I find out that there is one sophomore or Junior in any of the classes I wanted, I am going to be very upset, i've waited four years to be a senior, and for the precedence, and god hope me those damn bueracrats are not going to stop me from having my easy, floating year.
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(no subject) [Jul. 14th, 2005|02:58 pm]
alcibiades010
[mood |cheerfulcheerful]
[music |Tank]

Today I have been working at KPAC as usual. It's an interesting trade to ply, being a sound technician and all. Most everything that goes on there is very interesting, and I guess it's a good opportunity to learn something valuable. Plus, the money is nice to have. We have been working on the children's play "Crazy Camp," and it has been a...Interesting time. I now believe any child below the age of 12 does indeed have ADD. It should be a medical fact. Ken is funny to see with the kids though, he treats them as if they were adults...in all manners, and I don't know whether this is a good thing or a bad thing. In other parts of my life,..well, band camp is coming up next week, and I guess in a way I am looking forward to that, because i will be able to tell some very small freshman what to do, and i'll be outside very much. So I guess that's really all that's going on in my life as of now.
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Post [May. 22nd, 2005|07:55 pm]
alcibiades010
Well, I have a relativley lucrative job at the KPAC now, which I enjoy. Cinderella is getting off to a slow start, and Josie is wonderful. Today is mine and Josie's anniversery. amd it's a really wonderful day.
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(no subject) [Sep. 19th, 2004|09:46 pm]
alcibiades010
Ahh hello. Livejournal, the wonderful expierince. Today I have had a realativley attentive day. I attended "organized religion", and it was a time consumer. After that I got to visit Josie for a while, and it was wonderful. Every time I am with her, my life lights up and everything becomes more vibrant, and its impossible for me not to have a good time. She is so wonderful. But, Lo, I had to leave, to come home to attend to my homework, which was long and tedios AP US History, Phew! With this done, I went back to a building of "organized religion" and practice orchestra music, which was fun. Today has been a good day.
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(no subject) [Aug. 29th, 2004|09:37 pm]
alcibiades010
I think Josie Holland is the most wonderful and gorgeous beautiful amazing intelligent dynamic and sweet person in the whole world.
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so....Late [Aug. 15th, 2004|12:14 am]
alcibiades010
It's really late right now,..and I think I am going to go to bed. I've of course have not posted in a long while, but I think my usual frequency keeps my readers on edge. All this week has been pretty good, i've been enjoying my classes, especially French which is wonderful since Josie is in there. She is so very very good at it, I think best in the class. She's sick tonight,..and i'm worried about her, i've been thinking about her all tonight, hopeing she feels better. Tommorow I think we might go to Eddieville and shop. I love spending time with her, and her mom is hilarious and a great person to be around. I think i will go to bed now,..In anticipation for tommorow.
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(no subject) [Aug. 10th, 2004|09:15 pm]
alcibiades010
The first day of school was good. That is quite simply put. I enjoyed almost all of it. I have French with Josie!!!! and a pantheon of other great people to be in a class with, and I think Mrs. Hoffman likes me. I enjoyed AP U.S. History with great zeal, although I think it will be a work oriented class,..but as someone once told me, I enjoy a challenge. I liked Mr. Gellar, for no other reason than his expansive vocabulary. I don't like 1st lunch shift though, but I guess I must be grateful for the good things I do get. I think this year at the high school should be enjoyable and challengeing.
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