That title is most definitely a Shakespeare quote. I watched “Much Ado About Nothing” tonight with my English teacher mother and the character Dogberry is a pretty funny fella. If you haven’t seen it and you’re thinking, “I don’t understand Shakespeare”, then watch this movie. It all makes perfect sense. Now, on to other things!
Well, folks, I’m back home for the summer! Saying goodbye to all my friends and co-workers was lame and completely the opposite of fun, but this summer is going to go by sooo quickly. Like Alexz said, she’s going to Montana. And I’m going to JAPAN for 2 weeks in July. I’ll try and blog while I’m there. My goal is to put up a picture of me in a UTA shirt and flashing the “Mav Up” sign in the middle of Tokyo…or…anywhere, really. Haha.
I signed up for a Maymester class because in order to keep my scholarship that UTA so graciously offered me…I have to have 30 hours every year from UTA. Which means I can’t take a class at a nearby community college. Enter Maymester course. HEED 1340 – Healthy Lifestyles. Does it count towards my major? Negative. Will it save me money in the long run? Absolutely. And who know…I might actually learn something. Sooo here I am. Searching for the textbook that I need for the class. I have to have the quizzes done over the first 2 chapters by this Wednesday, May 19th. AHHHHHHHHHH. So there’s a handy tip for the future: If you’re taking an online class, don’t assume there isn’t a textbook. That makes you a dummy…like ME.
While I love being home and all that jazz…I already miss my UTA home and all the friends I made this year. I feel my campus tour facts slipping away and being replaced with grocery produce codes. Back to working my summer job at a grocery store! Here I come, rhubarb and broccoli crowns! I’ll try and promote good ol’UT Arlington to all my customers and go all “Tour Guide” on them.
So for now, adieu all!
I shall miss thee!
(Like I said before, I watched “Much Ado About Nothing” tonight. My brain is now in Shakespeare mode. Forgive the strange phrasing.”)