Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Semester Review

You would think that with me having three weeks off of school that I would have got down to business and blogged since I pretty much had not because of being in school. Well, obviously I did not. I did get down to business- the business of relaxing and doing what I wanted with my free time that is!

I had a pretty great a redeeming semester. Here is a break down of my classes this semester.

Spanish 1 – HARDEST CLASS EVER! Seriously. I figured that since my boyfriend (novio) spoke fluent Spanish that it would be a breeze. Nope. Actually Spanish 1 only teaches you how to read and write Spanish. I can read it now, but no writing. I desperately want to learn it conversationally, but that’s not going to happen in a community college class room. After much hard work and lots of frustration, I got a B as my final grade in the class. The professor was pretty legit too. He always was willing to work with me and help me.

Intro to Paralegal Studies and Ethics – Pretty legit. I was kind of nervous at first. I thought I wasn’t going to like the program and was scared that I yet again picked a path of education that I did not want to venture down. I was wrong. I really liked it and the class was challenging, but I totally rocked it. My final grade was an A and the professor was awesome, although a lot of the class really didn’t like her teaching style (I totally did).

Human Biology – Can we say JOKE! I signed up for this class so I could have one night a week in class with Ben. What was supposed to be a 3 hour class turned out to be a 20 minute one each week, if it even happened at all. Our professor is a doctor who owns his own practice so he tended to not really care about teaching. He would breeze through his lessons and let us leave. We only had three grades in that class too: 1 Project (I got an A), 1 Midterm ( I got an 88 B) and the final (I got a 100 on). Please anyone, can you tell me how I ended up with a B in that class?!!!?! I was so ticked I called the professor and he told me he would change it. He still hasn’t.

Greek and Roman Humanities – Awesome. I love ancient history. My teacher was also ancient, but I adored her. My classmates were great to and we always had excellent discussions. I got all A’s on all of my exams and papers and projects so I came out with an A in the class. I was stoked to say the least. Plus my teacher told her I had some of the best papers she has ever read in her 40 something years of teaching. Suck that FSU!

One semester done at Valencia, 3 more to go until I get those 3 A.S./A.A. degrees. Now onto a semester full of Paralegal crap.

P.S. I totally think that no one reads this anymore :( Sad day.


  1. Your aunt Natalie reads it! Keep up the good work.

  2. And Aunt Jodi too! Way to go! I'm so proud of you!

  3. I read your post too♥ I am very proud of you and all your hard work. I alway knew you could do it when you decided you wanted too and this is the proof! Keep up the good work my sweet baby. Love, MOM xoxox


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