¿¡Hola! ¿Cómo está usted? Estoy bien. ¡Esto es marzo!
That’s my attempt at Spanish. I can’t wait to take Spanish II next Spring! (English majors must take two classes of a foreign language, and I bypassed out of Spanish I which is a Fall-only class, so now Spanish II, Spring-only, will be on my classes next year.) <<That was a really long parenthetical sentence. I almost started monologuing. Sorry ’bout that.
Well, it’s Friday. And I’m tired. So this post is going to be short. Not really because I’m tired (I know how to finish a paper when the exhaustion hits, miraculously enough), but actually because the Chorale and Symphonic Winds concert is coming up this Sunday. Mandatory rehearsal for a few songs that we are singing/playing together will go down tonight, and I want to save my excitement – because, you know, I am almost always excited about something! – for tonight. Alas, I must prepare my voice and mind for this blessed event. It counts as a concert credit, which I explained in one of my previous blog posts way back when, so that’s good news.
It’s also midterms. They’re going alright – I don’t have that many exams compared to some majors. Mostly I am pumped for Spring break, which shall be occurring in about a week.
This semester has flown by. FLOWN. I talk about flying quite a bit, don’t I? I apologize. I shall try to find a better verb to use.
This semester has waltzed away.
Until next time. I promise I’ll have cooler things to say by then.