It was a really short commute to Frederick this morning (30 minutes on the dot without the use of highways. Woo.) and a long day full of classes. I opened the door to my room to find all of Jenn's things gone - she moved in with a friend of hers on the second floor. I'm a little glum, I admit, I'll miss her being here. There's something comforting about somebody else with you in the room, even when you're engaged in separate activities, but I'll adjust to the solo. I'm sibling-less, after all.
My classes are all very interesting and all of the professors seem very nice. Modern Wasteland is predictable (I had Dr. Carter last semester, so I know what she wants) but deals with an awesome time period (imperialism & the post-war era). News Writing reminds me that I'm hardly the next Bob Woodward, but I really should experience all the different styles of writing firsthand. Even sucky ol' journalism. Boo hiss. Philosophy sounds really awesome - bubbly young female professor, friendly girls to talk to in the back row, fascinating choice of contemporary topics. Shakespeare is Shakespeare, and I'm so glad that I'm taking it with a professor who's just goofyshitnuts in love with the material. It's a good bit of reading, but I'm excited.
My Environmental Science lab professor sent an e-mail around to everyone in her Wednesday afternoon class, announcing that she wasn't going to start the course until next week. Convenient, as I have to go to Hagerstown tonight anyway to celebrate Mandi's birthday and have coffee with Jack. I might just stay there Wednesday, too.
Current Location: Frederick
Current Mood: good
Current Music: chatter in the hallway