Anitra Smith (anitra) wrote,
Anitra Smith

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Well, I really should be working right now, but I can't think of anything to write for my Ethics presentation, or for our next MQP meeting tomorrow. I think that one is just going to be lots of discussion so we can get stuff nailed down. Once we have that, we can plunge into writing.

I really wish I could take a break from work without feeling really guilty. But I've just got way too much work to do. I need to start working on the next Graphics assignment, and spend at least 10 hours this week on MQP, instead of 1 or 2. Let's see:

Try to spend another hour on Ethics stuff, either the next homework or stuff for our presentation. Go to choir. Do the reading for the Graphics homework.

Tuesday: Finish up Ethics presentation stuff. Spend another hour on reading/homework. Have two hours of meetings and one of work. After MQP meeting, spend ~2 hours on writing for MQP. Try to find a ride to Bible study in the evening. Start the Graphics homework. Practice voice for at least an hour. Laundry!

Wednesday: Hopefully will have conned^H^H^Hvinced someone into grading for previous homework from TAing by now. If not, I'm getting screwed, because it really should be back to the students today. Keep trying to do Graphics homework - at least come up with questions to ask prof. or TAs. Finish Ethics homework and reading. Spend another hour or two on MQP writing. Two hours supervising a lab.

Thursday, Friday: Finish up the Graphics homework - I anticipate this will take many hours - must be done by Friday morning. Start next Ethics homework and reading. Prepare group presentation and report. More work on MQP, if possible. Practice voice, if time. Start grading third homework for TA job. Begin overhaul of personal website (yeah, right!) Start reading for next Graphics assignment, which prof stated will be harder and more time-consuming. Collapse.

Ugh. And I should be practicing voice stuff more... and looking for grad school stuff, as it's already getting late. I need to take the GRE, determine which schools I'm actually going to apply to, and get going on those applications. I really don't see it happening.

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