It is past midnight and I am wide awake. Wide awake.
Tonight I realized what the next two weeks of my life are going to look like and OH MY GOD. I've decided sleep is totally overrated.
Tomorrow I have a PowerPoint presentation due in English. THAT I HAVEN'T STARTED YET.
This weekend is busy with various weekend-type things. Semi-worthless, especially if KayTar keeps boycotting nap.
Monday, complete English and Philosophy assignments for the week, because there isn't any other time for it.
Tuesday, press conference day, followed by an evening of Anatomy class.
Wednesday, make up missed A&P exam.
Thursday, take A&P lab practical over material that is completely UNRELATED to the material I'll be tested on the day before.
Friday, KayTar's ARD meeting. Finally.
Saturday, collapse into an exhausted pile of misery, sob for a while, then study for A&P.
Sunday, see Saturday's agenda and repeat.
Monday, studying for Tuesday.
Tuesday, A&P final. Over new material that we started tonight. SIX CHAPTERS BETWEEN TODAY AND THE FINAL EXAM. SIX CHAPTERS OF NEUROLOGY! SIX! We have exactly one class period that isn't filled with testing between now and then, so I'll be teaching myself these glorious SIX CHAPTERS. And then memorizing them. Ugh.
Wednesday, Philosophy final.
That's as far as I know. I also have an English final that week, but I don't know the date yet. SUPER FUN!
And then, of course, I'll have to do the normal things, you know, breathing, maybe eating, possibly sleeping, and keeping my children clean, clothed, and fed.
On the upside, the press conference doesn't seem quite so daunting at the moment. It's more like, "Ooooh, 6 hours of child free time in a car I'm not driving. Perfect for studying!"
Any chance I can get my hands on Hermione's time changer? Somehow I doubt the one they sell on Amazon will be very effective. Drat.