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Feb 1, 2010

What happens after biology???

So for one extremely boring month I've been reading one long and boring book of biology for my high school studies. But I'm almost finished with this time absorbing book. I can almost see myself racing past the last page, where I won't have to read another word about insects, molecular structure and vital organs!!

I plan on rewarding myself by not thinking about blood cells, white or red. It's not that I don't appreciate them, I just liked it better when they were hidden out of view, behind a thick layer of my skin and not in plain sight under a really clear microscope. I will not bother to confuse myself with genes and how many I got from which parent.

So next I will be indulging myself in the "decadent pleasure" of reading World History from B.C onward... FUN right? Not so much, but I'd take Romans and Greeks fighting each other over a wooden horse above biology any day of the year. Maybe I'll find something interesting to base a story around.

Hopefully I wont be so completely buried by reading that I will have no time to write! *waking nightmare*
I know I promised you guys some juicy excerpts from my latest story Devil's Helmet but I've been getting some mixed reviews from my reading squad so excerpts will have to wait. I'll tell you all about it in more detail later; don't want to make this post too long and homework is calling.




  1. ahh homework. Enjoy it while you have it, because some day in the future you may actually miss it a bit.

  2. Love the pictures you added! Super cute!!! Ugh I hated both classes, and I would be the opposite of you, biology for the history... not my thing! But Good Luck otherwise!

  3. Best of luck with the ancient history! At least the yucky biology part is over :)

  4. I always find a way to do homework. I got my degree online and there was lots of books and essays to write, but I got to pick and choose what I wanted. Only necessities were math, English, and a science course. Completed that and now working on the Ovate level in my Druid college. Ha, 62 years old and still doing homework. Believe me, it's different when you CHOOSE to do it.

  5. Reading history was always so daunting to me. Same thing, different year in school.