December 16, 2008

Nothing Left To Do


This is what I have left to do for the fall semester before I go on break until the spring semester starts in January. I can plan on having a nice Christmas holiday.

Actually, the cartoon is misleading. It shows the crossing off of nothing, meaning there is something left to do. It should show the writing down of nothing to be accurate as a state of affairs.

There is nothing left, unless checking out grades in a bit is a something. But it is all over but the shouting at this point. I mean, the grades will get posted whether I look or not. (I'll look) While I am not looking for the grade to be the accomplishment, all my training in finance drives me to see a measurable result.

A sense of accomplishment, yes. A sense of relief, yes. A sense that I can get around to getting ready for Christmas, yes. And the best part of it is that the break will be long enough for the hunger to build up again that I am ravenous to start classes again in mid-January.

It is a nice feeling to have.


3 comments:

Laurie M. said...

I used to get $5 per 'A' when I was a kid. How much do you get?

Really, though, getting an A is such a wonderful feeling. I get really happy when my kids get them, 'cause I know how it feels. I hope you get a bunch to reward your labor. (God's not opposed to rewards you know.) And I hope you'll tell us so I can feel happy for you.

Shane Vander Hart said...

Hurray! Enjoy your break!

Andy C said...

If I get an "A", I will get a "I knew you could do it".