It's getting to be that time in the semester when the rush from new challenges starts to wear off and no matter how crazy my routine may be, it is still that: a routine, and my main thought is "now I have to keep doing this for the next three months. blah."
Well it's not really quite that bad. I'll be going to Nashville for the first time ever this weekend, and the number of days between now and Break for Change is growing rather small. In fact, all things considered, this will probably be my most exciting and un-monotonous semester yet. Still, I think I'm starting to get that mid-semester feeling when it's still much too far to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
I have my first in-class test for Spanish this week, and my first test for Contemporary Math. After reviewing the concepts that I have to know for the Spanish one today, I feel like it will go at least somewhat better than I had thought before. I can't say that for the math one. I've really only understood about 40% of everything that we're supposed to have learned by now. It's a survey course, and our professor promised that the concepts would get easier as we went on. For this first test I have no idea what I'm going to do though.
The weather has been quite beautiful the last couple days. In the 60s with blue skies. If the wind would stop blowing so hard it would be perfect, but then, it is February, so I shouldn't complain. Back home I think they had about two feet of snow last week.