Monday, September 03, 2007
For those of you counting, I am entering my second year as a senior at Texas State University in San Marcos, TX. I am on campus all day Tuesday and Thursday taking twelve hours. After this semester, I will lacking six hours before graduation. You maybe wondering why I just didn't take 16 hours. Well, I lack six hours of a foreign language, which I have chosen Spanish. These classes have to be taken one at a time, hence, I will be unable to graduate in December. I am excited about this semester though because I have two PFW's (Physical Fitness and Wellness) classes. I begin the day with an eight am., Jogging and Conditioning Class. At eleven am., I have a Religion class, focusing on Judaism, Christianity and Islam. This class has already been insightful and informative. I have a long lunch break and than get to play racquetball at 2pm. Later in the afternoon, at 3:30 I have Courts and Society in Early America Interpreting American History. This class has been a little dry so far, formerly taught by a lawyer, the reading is intense. Ending the day with a five pm. class, I am taking Spanish Two. That is just a little peek into how my day is at Texas State. A few prayers are always appreciated, especially about five o'clock. God Bless and tell your loved ones you love 'em.