Oh, the Humanities!


That's the expression of feeling for having just pressed the SUBMIT button on my final Humanities paper (2 essays concerning the plays Hamlet and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead)

Final test in early March as per my revised goal for this class, at the completion of which, I will celebrate the fulfillment of the general requirements for my Bachelor's Degree for People Who Didn't Stick Around for REAL College. Then I am on to the writing emphasis portion of my fake college career, during which I will spend most of the time in my light blue bathrobe contemplating how best to put down on paper (or on computer screen) the fact that there is nothing interesting going on in my head.


Jenni said…
And there was much rejoicing. Yay. But, for real, congratulations. I'm glad for you for that. Good luck on the test - next week? Then the fun stuff. Seems like you always have something to write about. You'll be fine.
That's great! Is this that degree in general studies they offer?
Jen said…
Hooray, it must be such a relief to finally submit those big projects and check them off the list. Taking tests (for me) was always the easy part, it was having to write papers or do projects that made college life stressful for me. That's one of the main reasons I chose math as a major. I could ace tests, no problem, it was the other crap from my non-math classes that gave me hives, nightmares, shakes, diarrhea, you name it. Can you imagine my surprise when some of my really high level classes required papers to be written and projects to be done. WHAT?!? They weren't so bad though because they had to do with math. Gall, I'm such a nerd.