I have to be in class super early in the morning (8:00, when it usually starts at 9:15) because of finals. Naturally, I can’t sleep. Not because I’m nervous about the final, since I don’t have one, but because I’ve been having a crappy week. I’m trying to stay calm and be positive, or at least flexible, but my nerves are getting the better of me.
In the meantime, I finally finished my last school project! Yay! We had to take samples of our work and make a book. I used just one long essay, about being fired from my last job. Some of you read it when I sent it out and begged for feedback. You can read the final draft here.
We didn’t have to do more than fold or staple some paper, but I got crafty.
I forgot my View Club photos last Wednesday, so I made a special trip to school Monday to take them. I didn’t have class, you see. It was a glorious, stereotypical Southern California day.
I definitely like this shot better without the ugly parking lot.
It was such a beautiful day that I took an extra shot of the mountains:
This is a little east of the usual shot, which is due north. A big rainstorm is expected to move in today and last until the weekend sometime. I can’t wait! The light-colored peak in the above picture will probably get snow. That’s Mt. San Antonio, aka Mt. Baldy. It’s one of the taller peaks in the range, and I believe it’s the most easterly ski mountain. If today’s storm is particularly big or cold, the tippy-tops of our mountains might get a dusting of snow, too.
I’m finally yawning. Have a lovely Wednesday.