There is only one bad aspect about having a Jesuit as your professor. Your class will never be cancelled. Don’t get me wrong; I love Latin with all my heart, but the weather yesterday was just not pleasant. Most of my friends’ morning classes were cancelled because their professors couldn’t drive to campus. When your professor lives on campus, there’s a very slim chance that he won’t be able to make it.
Everyone on the hall made valentines for each other, but I think that Carrie’s was the best one I received. It’s a French cabbage, and says, “Mon petit chou!” No, it’s not just a random cabbage. In French, “mon petit chou” is a term of endearment. It’s similar to “honey,” “pumpkin,” etc. (That’s your French lesson aujourd’hui!) I was so excited that I taped it to my International Relations spiral.
Well, I have to start on my work. Next week, I have a Latin test, a US Intelligence paper due, and a FYP paper due. I’m not too excited for that week. The week after that doesn’t look too bad – I have a Latin paper and an International Relations midterm. Okay, so it does look bad. But, at least I’ll be going home for the week after that. I can’t believe how quickly this semester is flying by!<< Older Entries