Friday, August 20, 2010

post by numbers

949 - blog posts in my Google Reader right now...trying to knock out a few...I've yet to see the 1000+, but I fear it's in my near future.

5 -days in this excruciatingly long week. I'm SO glad it's Friday.

7-blog posts I've written so far in the month of that is just plain sad.

15-books I read this "summer". I'm half way through #16 but started back to school yesterday so I'm not sure if I'll be able to finish the book until December. Ack! Big fail on my "30 books over the Summer" goal...but that's ok I guess. Come January I will only be reading for fun...thank goodness!

111-days to graduation. I am excited & scared at the same time. On October 1, I have to take the terribly frightening Comprehensive Exams in order to graduate. Comps are 3 questions and 3 hours to answer them...essay...long, long essays are expected. Oh and it's on EVERYTHING we learned in the program...let me re-phrase that, I'll have to study everything because ANYTHING could be asked...that's a better way to put it. I call it TORTURE.

70-items I entered in the consignment sale tomorrow...I hope it all sells!! Wouldn't that be nice! :)

Have a good weekend!!


Heidi Renée said...

That exam sounds like a doozy. But think how much better you'll feel when it's behind you!

I've been over 1,000+ in my reader for weeks now. I think I just need to unsubscribe from some of the Cheezburger blogs. I can't keep up with 10+ posts each day.

~**Dawn**~ said...

Just keep reminding yourself: You're almost there. And we don't discuss how long my Google Reader has been at 1000+ (although it's not all blogs--I feed my Sox news in there & other feeds too, which I could just "mark all as read" but I don't. LOL)

Two Flights Down said...

You definitely out-read me this summer. I hate tests--I always long for the day after the test to just be here. I tend to do better with the essay tests, though. I group information into groups and somehow it makes essay tests make sense to me (not to say I don't stress about them, or that they're a breeze for me--every test stresses me out; in fact, everything tends to stress me out).

I wish you luck and share you're longing for more reading time...