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Everyone Weep With Me · 1:33am Apr 30th, 2015

You know what sounds like a great idea? Like, a totally responsible, really great idea? Starting a five-chapter story in the middle of exams. Brilliant.

Kidding. My schedule's not bad at all this year, and the story is all but finished. Barring moderation denial, it'll make an appearance on Friday. However, Section 4.3.2 of the Official College Student Agreement requires me to make a fuss about the whole exam ordeal, so here's one of my favorite pieces of dramatic music to celebrate the occasion:

Hey short story time:

My English 1101 professor (whose class I attended three semesters ago) previously had a job as an elementary school principal. She was therefore one of those "Parent Professors," the type that takes attendance out loud, writes deep and meaningful responses to each of her student's writing blog posts, and brings cookies/snacks at least twice a month (the snacks, of course, corresponded to the current season/holiday).

What's important is she took attendance out loud. One day, about two months into the semester, she didn't call my name during roll call, so I went up to her after class to see what the deal was. (Ironically, her last name was Deal. punpunpun)

"Oh, I'm sorry! I thought you'd dropped the class," she said to the chick with perfect attendance.

I sat right next to the projector screen. She literally looked right at me anytime she presented anything, and yet she thought I had dropped out.

Moral of the story: Never underestimate the importance of participating in the class discussion. Communication is apparently a big deal.

Now, while I only have three tests and an essay to attend to, I have three tests and an essay to attend to.

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Comments ( 2 )

Meanwhile all my teachers remember me immediately because floofy hair and headphones.

But, high school vs college.

I'm sure the books will be fun to make a fort out of read and take notes from for a while too. G'luck and the like.

I can hardly Deal with that pun tho.

Ha! I love these. Great story, but even better choice in dramatic music. OOOOO FORTUNAAAA!!!

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