Tuesday, September 29, 2009

ender will save us all. physics will kill us. (or maybe just me)

You know what. I never should've gotten that A- in Math 113 after getting a 37% on one of the midterms. Ever since then I've been in the mindset that one test won't matter that much and that if I just study really hard for the others, I'll be just fine!

Note to self: This is a trap.
Stop. Thinking. Like. This. And. Go. Study.

Now.

ugh....

4 comments:

Alena said...

This is Alena... Do great on the test. know you will.. You're beautiful and you should be told it every single darned day! And sleep is good. Yep, that's all! :) Good luuuucckk

Ash said...

I've never gotten an A- in college! K, not true. I've gotten several A's. A few of which were deserved. ;) Ha. Okay, I'm kidding... But never in a math or science class. Actually, I've never taken a college math class (and pride myself on that fact! Ha. :P ) but I always W or F out of all my science classes. Why?
Because Katie gets good enough science grades for us all....
;) Ha. I'm kidding, and I'm rambling (blame Mr Network, or the Chinese lady on the phone I don't care to understand) so everything here is INCONSEQUENTIAL! And pointless. ;)

Except this: Katie, my dear, you are amazing and talented and smart, even if you get tired of that being an answer. I know you care, and you know how to work and study hard. While you'd rather be, oh, shopping at Dear Lizzie's Boutique and Bistro with me, I know you will study your little heart out and come back with an amazing test score. :)

Love you and good luck. :)

Peter said...

OK, so this might not be a good idea when you are supposed to be studying... but... your mention of Speed Scrabble requires that I inform you of Speed Scrabble online. Now you can play anytime you like. Hooray!

And simultaneously improve your word skills and quick-wittedness. :)

I hope you'll try it out.

After all, you still got an A- after a 37% test result...

amanda and dave said...

love the tags for this one. and the title. and dude, don't even worry. you'll rock the test :) (or, I hope you did!)