1. Registration for Fall
There are few feelings quite as satisfying as being six time zones ahead of your school on registration day. Whereas most of the other upcoming seniors/Honors students had to wake up at 7:30 am, I just had lunch and registered at 1:30 pm. Good times! Very relaxing. Okay, not really, it was pretty frustrating because I had a lot of trouble deciding which core American history I wanted to take, but I decided to go with the class covering 1865-1945. Then there's my required theology, one of my capstone projects (yikes!) and Medieval Literature. I'm really looking forward to that last one!
2. Get trip to Portsmouth sorted out
I thought I'd finished this yesterday, but no... After putting out its final end-of-semester schedule, they revised it again, moving my one exam to the same time as my flight to London, whereas before it had ended five hours before my flight. I was not happy about this - but, fortunately, the registrar had been prepared for something like that, and I get to sit the exam in the morning anyway. *sigh of relief*
That was pretty much my day after class. This next week is my last week of classes, and then I have break for one week (during which I will be in Croatia, so expect some updates from that!!!!) and then a week and a half of exams, and then I'm off to Portsmouth... Then, eventually, home. It's back to Alaska National for my summer job, and I will have a list of fairs and events I'm going to be at this summer.