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May. 12th, 2006

a nice relaxed day, although i felt as tired and weak as a 5 year old boy with mono. no matter what i did, i just couldn't wake up or get with the program. think i did aiight on the math test - i ended up gettinga 98% on the psych test that i was convinced i had BOMBED, and -again- would have gotten a hunnerd, but i changed an answer at the last moment. had finished my math homework a day ahead of schedule (for the first time this entire QUARTER), so i pretty much went to work and just... hung out and did a test.

'twas a good mail day, received a free t-shirt from Java, Garden State via Netflix, and a letter that may or may not mean that i have a $1100 check waiting for me at school. grr... couldn't i have gotten THAT letter yesterday? now i have to wait until monday to figure out if clark randomly decided to give me extra monies for this (and last) quarter.

keep dreaming of moving, of going through my belongings and being horribly, horribly, behind. i so very much hate those dreams, as the last time i had them repeatedly, i moved here. not that moving here was hideous - i still say it was one of theeeee best decisions i ever made, but sheesh, it was stressful. also had a dream recently where i was a taxidermist and spent my entire slumbernight playing with animal bits and pieces of carcasses.

i'm HONGRAY, but i'm thinking the idea of sleep will win this battle.

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kateri_kachina
May. 14th, 2006 02:54 pm (UTC)
Congrats on the psych test!

I think we always think we did worse than we actually do. If you want to take a test that will melt your brain and really fee inadequate, take the GRE. It's designed for you to fail. Even though I passed relatively well on the language skills half, I bombed the math part because I hadn't touched geometry and trig since high school. Couldn't remember much of it.
aubkabob
Jun. 7th, 2007 09:06 pm (UTC)
I always excelled on those type of tests - I got the highest grade on my GED in the history of the job corps I took it in... though I'm certain the GRE would be MUCH harder. I missed out on SAT's and stuff, which actually makes me kind of sad. I also did excellent on the yearly standardized testing we had to do back in early grade school in Iowa.
master_revan
Apr. 26th, 2007 03:36 pm (UTC)
So did the letter mean you got the $1100? lol

And yes, moving can be very very VERY stressful but once you settle down and find the time to start enjoying it, it really rockz.

I usually always have the feeling while moving that I keep forgetting about something. Even if I make checklists and triple checking I always have that sensation that I fucked up and something went missing. Then, after a couple of years, it turns out I was right and I forgot about something.
aubkabob
Jun. 7th, 2007 09:09 pm (UTC)
Yup, I had actually received an additional $1100 from the state for extra school monies. In retrospect, it makes me sad that I didn't save my money better or spend it more wisely, but... what can you do?

I know that I forgot much of things that I would rather have today. I had ended up packing THREE GIANT BAGS of cotton balls, but left all my professional shoes and clothing at home?!?!? The HELL? I have been able to survive without all that I left behind, of course, and I think that the only things that I really wish I would have brought was a couple of mugs that I received as gifts and a shoe box FILLED with a life time of photo negatives.

Ugh. Especially the negatives.
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