Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to his life? Since you cannot do this very little thing, why do you worry about the rest? Luke 12:25-26

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Back in the swing of things

Classes started back up today, hello Winter Quarter. You're going to be just as difficult as fall quarter, if not more so. I enjoyed my first day of classes though. My physics professor is Russian, but after about 5 minutes, I adjusted to his accent and understood most of what he said. Walking back into my anatomy class was same ol' same ol'. Same people, same seat, same professor, same classroom, etc. The difference is the attitude my group of friends is taking about this class. We all made the same grade and plan to all make a better grade this quarter!!

I did some decorating in my room today! I hung up 2 collages of pictures, some curtains across my closet opening, and got a little more organized. Having guests in the morning... ;]

I have a cold! No!! It takes me awhile to fall asleep at night due to the coughing, but at least it's very sound sleep. I took a nap today that was supposed to be 30 minutes and turned into 4 hours. Whoops. I needed the sleep though. I just picked up some Dimetapp Nightime cold & congestion hoping that it helps me get to sleep easier and some Advil for my throat. I have also had NO Dr. Pepper in 2 days now. I've been drinking only water and sweat tea (mostly water) hoping it helps my throat/vocal chords. Trying not to talk too much either.

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Off to wash dishes.. or eat more. Or both. We'll see. :]

Happy December!

1 comment:

Anjea said...

Keep taking the Advil, both for the soreness (pain relief) as well as the anti-inflammatory component! Feel better!