Three exam days down; one left to go!
After two nights with almost no sleep at all; I’m going to bed early tonight – thanks to cutting back on the must-do work; skipping the language studies; and using a time phase for the work I had to get finished.
The exams today were Computers, Geography, and Sociology – all easy-enough when you have a photographic memory! This trio is also likely the best for my classmates too; though that’s at least partially helped by the great marks that most of us earn in Computers.
Our final study session for this round of exams was in Spanish, PhysEd, and Accounting; though the third is an optional that only about half of our full class is taking. That might sound like an easier exam day for us tomorrow, but while that’s true for PhysEd; I’m half-dragging my friends through Spanish and Accounting. I won’t suggest that they’re kicking and screaming too; but there were a few words spoken in Spanish tonight that wouldn’t have been distinguishable from a scream. ;^)
We did finish up earlier tonight – by a bit before ten o’clock. That was mostly because rides home were available shortly after game night at the Inn ended. Speaking of that; Mom and Miranda won the senior game night championship tonight, and while the teens were all busy with studying for exams; the younger kids were happy to get a chance to win the junior title – though Ethan and Ehlana were not the winners. Yes, they could be if they did their best; but it’d be tough to explain to the non-Magi players how that was possible for a pair of four-year old kids.
I’ve already mentioned the time phased work session, so I guess the only detail I missed was the half hour or so that I spent saying goodnight to Michael after the rest of our friends went home. We did that in a non-verbal sort of way, so even though I was already exhausted before doing that time phase and work; I was smiling the entire time too. I’m likely even too tired to dream about having fun with Michael right now, but I’m willing to give it a try instead of playing on my computer any longer; so, until next time...
...May the Magi Force be with you!