I had a super-long weekend….guess what I was doing….
“Whaaaaat?? Alexz studies??”
Yeah, that’s right! I studied aaallll weekend. I even skipped a super-awesome concert with super-awesome artists including David Crowder and Francesca Battistelli! I did go to Maverick Mania on Saturday, though, and I got to show one of my bestest friends in the whole wide world [Grace Minor] how awesome UTA is. She’s coming here next year, and she and I and Caitlyn are getting an apartment together! Woohoo! Anyway, back to studying. I studied every day this weekend. I was a little more lenient on Friday so I could kind of have a break from the week. Anywho, here’s what I got accomplished:
I wrote a rough draft for my book review in History.
I started and finished my Spanish lab work which most people do a little bit every day to not take forever.
I read two chapters for a History quiz [big deal for me, because it takes me forever to read! Not because I can't read, but because I'm easily distracted. Ha.]
I wrote a character analysis for my Acting class.
And I studied for a test in Spanish! [Which I'm pretty sure I beasted on.]
Quite a productive weekend, no? I feel great about it.
ANYWAY…If there were a moral to this story, it would be this: College is nothing like high school, as far as studying goes. Reading is required. You have to study to do well. It is time consuming. It is your purpose as a student.
That’s all for now.
[By the way...I got the title for this blog from Night At The Museum 2. Watch iiiit. ]