i just turned in my stupid 10 page paper
to my stupid teacher
at my stupid school
(at least this is how i'm feeling right now)
mostly i'm feeling super frustrated because
when i dropped the paper off he finally returned my last paper
which wouldn't be as frustrating if there was a single comment on the paper
what could i improve on?
what did i not address?
was it a style issue?
who knows? because he didn't write one single comment on the paper
a b- signifies that there is a lot of room for improvement
but how am i supposed to improve if you don't offer any pointers?
also i feel frustrated because the professor missed about
one-fourth of our class periods
and he never lectured
we just showed up and watched movies
then, about a week before a paper was due
he would email us links to journal articles
most of the time i couldn't figure out what they had to do with the movies we watched
maybe i'm just dumb
(i'm pretty sure that's not it)
i think he and his phd just couldn't be bothered with something as menial as students
the saddest part is that he's the professor most likely to teach british history
which is what i'm most interested in
but i'm certainly not going to take a class from him again
my mind is reeling with delight at the thought of
reading something non-scholastic
oh what to pick?!
currently at the top of my list are
the forgotten garden
a christmas carol
i probably shouldn't read jane eyre since i just re-read it last year
but i'm feeling lonely for it
i'll probably watch the movie instead
any other suggestions?
tomorrow night i'm meeting a group of friends for our
friend christmas dinner
very official title, i know
we're going to flemmings
i've never been there before and i'm very much looking forward to it
i'm planning on an early bedtime tonight
and also a shower
an indulgently long one
tonight i am trying a new cooking/craft
i'm giving them as gifts tomorrow night at said dinner
i'll let you know how it goes
in the meantime, i need to find a red velvet cake recipe