So I need to vent.  I have been working on school work almost this whole weekend and I feel like I have nothing to show for it.  I have a paper due on the theological method in my systematic theology class that I haven’t started yet, a presentation that I am supposed to have ready by tomorrow morning that I’m not going to be able to get done, an entire book that is supposed to be read by class tomorrow night that isn’t going to happen, and a list of reading for my systematics class that I haven’t even begun.  Oh, and I really need to do laundry but I have class tomorrow night which means I have to wait until Wednesday at the earliest.  The dishes in my sink would stay there until they rusted away except they are really nice pots and it will eventually drive me crazy to the point where I will give up the 15 minutes of sleep to do them and be done with it.  Coffee’s done.  Fill’er up.




5 Responses to “Venting”

  1. Lorraine Says:

    Yes, summer school is hard. But my first thought was why are you taking Systematics in summer school? eek…. Maybe it’s different at your seminary? I hope so, because ours is a full-year course, six credits, and there’s NO WAY it could be done in summer school! {faint}

    This is my first summer of not taking summer school. Although I suppose I could say that my summer “class” is preparation for ords in August. We have a study group going, so it’s practically like attending class. lol…

    But I do remember my very first summer school class — it was one that met every day for three hours, for two weeks. My mantra for the whole time was “he wants us to read WHAT? for WHEN? omg…” — lol…

    Hang in there. It’ll be done soon, and hopefully you’ll get some time off at the end of the summer, before school starts again.

  2. pinkhammer Says:

    Yeah…it’s Systematic Theology I which is the first of a two part requirement. *sigh* This is one of those moments I really wonder how the hell I’m going to get through 4 years of this part time crap.

  3. more cows Than People Says:

    sigh. i relate pinkhammer. hang in there.

  4. Ruth Says:

    You know how to eat an elephant, right? Same with seminary. And if you need more motivation, say to yourself: Of Ruth could do this — and she’s nothing special — then I can do this! Repeat as necessary. I won’t tell you what name I inserted to get me through seminary, but it helped. (and provides yet another argument for total depravity)

  5. pinkhammer Says:

    Hah. : ) Yeah, yeah, yeah…one bite at a time! You’re not the first to use that anaology with me…I see a resurring theme… I’d have to argue with you on one point though: I think you’re special! I appreciate the encouragement (you too More Cows!).

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