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Last official day of spring break. *sigh* Where did the time go? Ha ha. I'm ready to get back to school and finish up these last 5 weeks of class. I counted and I only have 11 more days of school. That's a way better way of looking at it if you ask me. I get to enroll for my classes at OU on April 12th.

I've been in purse mode yesterday and this morning. I started on another purse like the one I made yesterday. This one is a little different, it's an odd, triangle/square shape. Hard to describe, but it has a beaded handle. So cute. I've decoupaged it this morning, so I'm waiting for it to dry. I think I might add some ribbon to it and those darling little Daisy D's flower punches. I'd have to fluff them up a bit, so they're not so flat, maybe curl the edges or something to give them a 3D look.

I'm still waiting on my Nations and Nationalism book to get here. Is it nerdy that I'm actually really excited to read this book? I should also start on my review sheet for our next European History test. I don't know when it is yet, but I figure if I get a head start on it, the material might sink in a little deeper. Just a theory. :-)

I need to get a few more pages done for Desiree's book. She gave me this huge Ziplock bag full of pictures and I think I've made a grand total of 3 pages for her. I need to get some more done before I see her on Tuesday.

Have I mentioned that I don't like my Child Psychology class? It's a complete waste of my time. She spends too much time telling personal stories and not enough time teaching the material, which is extremely frustrating. It also might have helped if I actually bought the book for the class. Ehh, I've managed without the book thus far, I'm sure I can make it the last few weeks.

I'm hoping we get our Oklahoma History tests back Tuesday. We took the tests last Thursday and I'm dying to see how I did. I know I did well on the multiple choice, short ID's and fill in the blanks, but the essay was kinda shady. It asked us to write about missionary schools in Oklahoma Territory. Um, hello! There were 3 main ones and several smaller ones. Did he just want us to talk about the establishment of the schools? The legislation forming the schools? The missionaries that taught? The curriculum covered in each school? The students that attended the schools? The funding? I lightly touched on each topic, but my essay wasn't too deep since there were SO many Missionary schools, each with their own curriculum, student demographics, history, etc. I hope I did well enough.

I don't have a sub job yet for tomorrow, and honestly, I'm okay with that. Hopefully I can catch up on a few things. I mean, it's not like I just had an entire week off....oh...wait....I did.

Alright, I suppose I should finish getting ready for the day. After all, I've got lots to do!