I'm this close to being done!
Tomorrow I have to turn in my response and reflective journals for fieldwork. Which means I have to kinda... you know, finish them. The response journal is mostly done, though, and I'm kinda looking forward to the reflective. That's the one where I get to bitch and rave in nice, reflective terms about what a jackass Seesing is. Yay!
Then I have to BS something for that music final, which is really no biggie. As long as it's at the conservatory office by 1pm on Thursday, of course, or emailed to her. But it's ten short-response questions... like I said, no biggie.
*changes eyemelting colors and wonders why she's so nice to people*
Done with response journal.
1/6 done with reflective journal.
Half done with reflective journal. Not going to meet my hopeful-1pm deadline. Oh well. At least I have coffee. And onion rings.
Done done done :)
Six logs from fieldwork (3 from K, 3 from 5th) and I added a nice little addendum about why I think Seesing shouldn't be allowed to take part in the fieldwork program next semester (I left out the fact that I'd like to see him fed to a pack of genetically-enhanced rabid mutant monkeys). I recounted my experience on the 11th (you know, the one I ranted about here in detail ;) and how I thought he was a lazy, irresponsible weenier and I felt story for his students. In slightly nicer terms, at least *g*
Not that I think anything will come of it, but at least by letting others know I feel the ball is sort of in someone's court now.
But man oh man... my last day in the class I really wanted to take some of the students aside and ask "how do you feel about your deadbeat teacher? No, really, you can tell me".
Time to run these over to the Ed building. And look, the sun is out...
God bless the academic powers of onions fried in fat.