1/2/08

Too Much Break...

Yes, I am officially breaked out. We can't move into our apartment until the 8th, so I'm at my parent's house all day while Austin is at work. I just feel blah--and do you know how much energy it takes to live with family? I spent five minutes arguing with my mother over what an appositive is.

And I have a dilemma. Should I work while I go to school? Extra money never hurt, and maybe I should relish my role as a career woman for a little longer. Then again, where would I work? I'm an English major. The writing center at BYU seems scary, and in a way it would be like going on a mission again...just weird and not the same. Not like I've been on a mission. But they do this volunteer tutor thing. I think I'd like that. But if I want a job I don't want to commit to that yet. ???

4 comments:

Dan said...

I'm planning to try to get a job at the Writing Center when I go to BYU. You could pave the way and talk me up. Then we could be co-workers again.
I totally agree with your title "Too Much Break..." I think I've had enough break. I mean, it's nice not to have responsibilities, but I feel so lazy. I can't stand it. I haven't gotten into any arguments about appositives, but I'm still about to go crazy here at home.
Good luck with everything. I'm sure you'll figure it out.

Julie M said...

Go for it, Anona. Show BYU what the WC is really made of. Not only can you do it, but you can do it well.

Leanna said...

No more talk about breaks because I wish I was still in one. Sorry to whine, but student teaching a bunch of sixth graders is exhausting! I mean how many pencils can they seriously break or lose in a day? And how is it possible that their in-class assignments are mangled by the time they turn them in? And when exactly do they learn enough balancing skills in order to not just fall out of their seat? Okay, I'm done ranting. I just need to get some sleep.

Julie M said...

Hey, Anona, Leanna, and everyone else who is leaving or graduating,
Are you still going to write on the blog? Because you should. Because you need to. More like I need you to. I like hearing from everyone.