Monday, February 14, 2011

Valentine's Day, still writing Bandit, tests in classes

Hi, I'm back again. I know that at this point, I should be posting journal entries about what I noticed in twilight from the first ten chapters but It's been really, really, hard to do that considering all the exams and tests that I'm either studying for or making a study guide to study from. Right now, I'm supposed to be studying for a test I have on Tuesday in one of my classes but I've been studying for it for three weeks now and I'm ready to take it and move on.

If we don't take this test on tuesday about prenatal development and the feamle gential tract, I'm thinking about taking it on Wednesday after one of my classes is over with so I'll be able to study for the mid-term in my other classes (Which is the week of March 16th). I'll also be able to go back to my YA paranormal novel without feeling guility about studying for a test. I managed to write a little bit over the weekend but I feel like that's not enough for me since I'm almost finished with the third rewrite of chapter four and still can't write anything because of the test.

Sigh. I miss Columbia College Chicago. When I was majoring in Fiction writing, I did a lot of writing and recalling without having to worry about mid-terms or finals. I could write journal entries and stories that was pertaining to the passion I had ever since I was a little girl: Writing books. And if I just so happened to write something that was outside the normal range (Provided that I did all of my homework) then that was fine too. Now I can't even do that anymore. I miss the once a week classes too. The college I'm going to has classes twice a week and it's not even in my major. Oh well, hopefully I'll be able to pass this semester woth flying colors.


P.S. Happy Valentine's day

Thursday, February 3, 2011

The Biggest Snowstorm of the Century, still working on Bandit, tests

Hi everyone, I haven't been blogging because of my busy life of classes, quizzes, homework, and tests at my community college in Chicago. Luckily, I was able to take two days off of my classes because of the blizzard of 2011. Although I don't have to think about studying until later on today (or tommorrow depending on my mood), the bad news out of all this was I had to shovel the 20.2-20.9 inches of snow that buried me inside my house which I'm not too happy about at all.

Yes, you heard right. 20.2 inches. I'm sore all over and never want to go through this horrible experience again.

While I was shoveling my front porch and sidewalk, I couldn't help but come up with some ideas for my next novel of the Truson S.E.T. series. I'm not going to go into too much detail about it because I don't want to give too much away but I know it will have something to do with two of my main characters becoming trapped in a huge snowstorm that can barely get out of.

That's it, that's all I'm saying.

I would love to stay and chit-chat about twilight and other stuff but that's going to have to wait until I get these quizzes out of the way. See ya.