Whew! What a day. I feel like I did 1 million things today!
I worked about 6 hours at my full-time job (should be done by Wednesday), plus another 4 of blogging/writing the book, and then I drove about 30 minutes to the community college for Physics class.
I always sit in the back or along the side of classrooms because I feel awkward in the front. I’ve met a few nice people through community college, but it’s hard to chat at night school when everyone is rushed.
After class, I went to Physics lab.
I hate Physics. A lot. I definitely will not use vector analysis during Physical Therapy (or at least I don’t think I will). The lab sucked up about 2 hours of my time! Gah!
Now I’m back at home, cramming for an Anatomy test on the arteries and veins. I like Anatomy so much more — I feel like I can relate to a subject more when it’s right in front of me. Physics is too abstract.
Here are my eats from the afternoon and evening:
Snacks included granola and yogurt:
Crackers and hummus:
Dinner was fast and different! The star was this Israeli Cous Cous from Costco:
The tub says it can be eaten hot or cold, but tonight I tried it cold with kidney beans and a salad:
Gotta go study and quiz the Husband for a test he has tomorrow! How much information can we cram into our brains in an extremely short amount of time? Hmmm….
Do you excel at math and sciences? I’m terrible at math, but I like Biology and Anatomy.