1. You can never trust the weather.
No, I am not standing in a big fancy light box. That white background is due to the blanket of snow falling out of the sky. I had to wring my hair out in the bathroom before entering the classroom. True story.
2. The kid sitting across from me is having issues with his girlfriend. How do I know this? He just had a loud ten-minute conversation with her. And we’re in the library. Seriously kid, I do not need to know the details of your love life, so please take your phone call elsewhere.
3. Last minute study sessions are often the most valuable ones. On Monday, I
forgot that I had to didn’t read a play for class. With some help from enotes.com and an intense 30-minute study session before class, I scored a 100% on my quiz. This morning? I forgot that I had a history quiz. Between taking bites of my oatmeal, I typed out a 2-page study guide and did my best to remember what I had typed out. I’m pretty sure that I answered all of the questions correctly. It only took me 4 1/2 years to realize that I don’t need to do all of those readings…last minute pressure makes the brain remember ;).
4. Turning off the computer for an hour and half can make a world of difference. I finished
skimming reading for my next class, and got started on some homework for next week.
5. Being the kid that runs into class late, banging on the door because it automatically locks once the professor closes it, is never cool. Which is why I better leave the library and “Relationship Boy”, and head for my next class :).