Monday was pretty good. The only hassle was getting my transcripts. I had to talk to four different people and wait in two different lines before I could get them. My only classes on Monday are Statistics and Abnormal Psychology, and they're only an hour long each, so it wasn't too bad. I came home hyped.
Tuesday was hell. I think that after this semester, Tuesday will be forever tainted for me. My day begins with my History of American Women class at 7. Yes, that's 7:00am. Next is Statistics and then my Anthropology class. Now, don't get me wrong, I love this class. It's Anthropology 11 (Magic/Witchcraft/Religion) and the professor seems totally cool. It's where the class is located that's the problem and how tightly I scheduled this semester.
My school is built on a hill. A big, steep fucking hill! There are classes at the top of the hill and at the bottom. In between there are lawns. I have ten minutes to get from my Statistics class at the bottom of the hill to my Anthropology class at the very top of the hill.
My school also happens to be America's Teaching Zoo (as seen on the AnimalPlanet Channel!) and my Anthropology class happens to actually be inside the zoo part of the school. Which is really far away from my Statistics class. Yeah, it's cool to see monkeys and camels and all sorts of other animals all the time (except that I'm allergic to them all...) but still...!
So, after Anthropology is over, I have my Behavioral Neuroscience class. Let me tell you, that is one intimidating class. Very scary stuff. After that is my Physical Anthropology Lab.
Totalled, I'm in school for nine hours on Tuesdays, WITHOUT A BREAK! By the beginning of Behavioral Neuroscience, I really REALLY needed to pee. I had to sneak in luch while running to my Lab, which is, you guessed it!, on the other side of campus.
I'm not even going to TRY to go into the crap-fest that is parking at my school.
Today was okay, except that Statistics is STILL at the bottom of the hill. Sigh. Oh, and I bought my books. That's some racket campus bookstores have. I spent over $300 and I didn't even get four of the books I need (yay for the library)! That's not as bad as the semester I spent $500 on books, but it still sucks.
Okay, I've complained enough for now. I have to go do homework.