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Sep. 18th, 2006

freaking amazing art.

first day of school went well, met new people and saw only one person that i knew - some guy from my psych class two quarters ago that i always seem to make awkward whenever i attempt to talk to (and not in a good way.) my music theory teacher got BEYOND rave reviews on gradeyourprofessor.com (or wherever it is that myspace sned you) for his jazz appreciation classes, and looks like he's about 12 years old. okay, not THAT young, but probably no older than 25. his name is ben morr (wow, i have a lot of bens in my life.) he seems extremely excited for all that is music theory. i also apparently signed up for the wrong class, as there's a section a and a section b, but my section (b, of course) covers the first six chapters of the text, so methinks i'll be aiight.

kathy bobula is just as hilarious as ever, which makes me so ecstatic for having her for psych 211. as they said, the class: human behavior, is what they have called "from the womb to the tomb in ten weeks." it's hilarious, as we have four major paper writing ideas to choose from, one of them being to observe teenagers in an unsupervised setting, i.e. the mall. she told us how to spy on them without getting busted and what to do if we DID get busted by the teens: "heeeey, you're watching us!" "nuh uh!" ::slams notebook and leaves quickly::

my ear training class (for music theory, sillies... i love the expression that crosses people's faces when i tell them that i'm taking ear training...) begins tomorrow.

still no books have arrived from half.com, which isn't problematic YET, but i have a test in a week in psych and i really sorta desperately need the text for the info that i will need.

met a wonderful older gentleman at work today, who was dying of cancer. i will post about him (and the guy i met at the bus stop that used to be a pilot!) soon, but i desperately need suhleep.

p.s. - apparently credit unions will only allow you to open an account with them if you have good credit. (at least, I.Q. follows this, as i found out today.) when did this happen? a waste of an hour of my life, though i did find out that i am no longer on check systems. schweet. maybe i'll try an account with some other bank, then, so that it isn't a bitch when i need to go to wells fargo. (i'm lazy, and the closest is a half hour away on foot.)

sorry for my brief comments on some of your journals. i want to devote more time, but, as i said, i need sleeep.

LOVE TO YOU!

FILL OUT MY TEXTING POLL!

and abby, dear, you forgot one of the numbers of your area code!

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geminigirl
Sep. 19th, 2006 03:42 pm (UTC)
Ask your psych prof if she's got a book you can borrow until yours arrives?

In the last couple of months, there was a post in poor_skills about bank accounts for people with bad credit. I can try and dig it up, if you don't.
cursedslytherin
Sep. 19th, 2006 05:38 pm (UTC)
I have the same problem with banks when I'm in E-burg. I'd rather save the postage on my credit card bill, but seeing as how its parent bank is in the NEXT TOWN OVER, going on foot is a bit silly.

And my WaMu bank is IN Fred Meyer, so every time I deposit/withdraw money I'm tempted to spend it on some bit of cuteness I really don't need but would be awesome in my room anyway and no wonder my account is practically empty.

Huzzah for convenience.
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