Zelda and I got our Service Learning Project over and done with though. Our presentation took place at 9:30 this morning - so that means no more dementia adventures for us! That is both liberating and disheartening at the same time. I really liked spending time at the adult day health center, but also it took away from my homework time. So it's a good thing I don't have to worry about it during these last few weeks so I can gear up for finals.
Not only am I completing a final project, I'm also putting together a final portfolio, pulling a 2500 word essay out of thin air, completing my sketchbook with the drawings for everyday in the last month and reading 6 weeks of essays with paragraph write ups of each. So needless to say, I shouldn't be here in blogland, but my brain needed a break.
I mean, last night alone I completed 500 more words towards my 2500 word essay putting me up to 1000 words and then I wrote a 1 page reflection for my education class as well as attended a class meeting, wrote responses for my art theory class and helped Prince Charming with his English essay.
Not that you care about all the random assignments I have to do, but there you go. I like this time of chaos because the energy is great, but at the same time I hate it because I don't really want to do any of this stuff.
I'm just really glad when it's all over.
Did I mention that I'm really glad when it's over?
Because I am.
I. so. totally. am.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I have some