1.) To be done with work.
I sat in my office today (I share it with two others) and thought I might just die of boredom. I have work to do, but I really don’t want to do it. I’m only there because I said I would be, and since I said I would be then there’s only myself to blame. Also, if I said I was going to be there, probably they expect my brain to be focused on actually working. I do owe them that. The people at my firm have been wonderful to me. They are kind and generous (I do so like that song), and they still need my assistance. I’m working from home tomorrow on a few things that need to get out, but it should be a great day to start (and wrap-up) my work for one of my Tuesday classes.
2.) To get on with the school work.
All of my classes require work on an online system called Blackboard; I actually quite like the Blackboard and the way it’s utilized for assignments. Another thing I’m totally digging about Hunter. Already there are so many things! In order to do those assignments, though, I have to do about 1,000,000,000,000,000 pages of reading. I’m going to write “fun” dubiously. I’m excited about the reading but also terrified I won’t be able to complete it. I definitely won’t be able to complete it if I don’t get on with it tomorrow! Horses, I summon thee. (One day on here I’ll explain the “horses” thing.)