first day of my last semester
so this is how it feels - to be a senior AND to be a graduating student. i've been a senior since god knows when, and here it is, my last semester. my class ain't til 9am, but i still have to buy books for my accounting and art history classes. and there might be a long line in the bookstore, so i got here as early as possible. haven't slept since 5pm yesterday.
let's see... mondays and wednesdays, i have two classes: advanced (whatever that means) accouonting and the third painting class. i dunno what to expect with my accounting class since my former prof opted to not teach this class. arg. some new girl, todd her name is, is gonna teach the class. and i was in canada when she did a demo in our class, and i didn't hear any good feedback from that demo. i heard she's not used to teaching a "big class," wherever she came from, 30 people in a class is big. painting won't be a pain, i don't even have to be in school since we are like the advanced painters in class.
tuesdays and thursdays, got two, too: 2-dimensional design (an art class) and twentieth century art. kinda excited with the history class. paradox: history class = twentieth century art. i'm kinda good with the traditional paintings and the classics, all the way back to the 1500s, but my knowledge in art kinda stops at 1920 when modern art was introduced. can't wait to learn my contemporaries. 2-d might be boring, since i already learned a lot from dennis and maya's classes (drawing and painting), but maya assured me there are many things to learn and that they would help me better with my paintings. by the way, maya has been my teacher in painting for the last two semesters.
fridays: just my advanced accounting class, can get home early, which kinda works since i work friday nights.
sounds nerdy, but i'm excited!