Fall semester begins today. I have pretty light Monday schedule, just Small Group Communication and Leadership, whatever the hell that is, from 1 to 2:15. It counts as a Speech credit, and I'll still need one more Speech class after this one. I know how to fuckin' talk, y'know? I've been communicating for over 25 years. I don't know why I need these classes, but whatever.
Thursday is also a pretty light schedule, with just my Astronomy lab that night from 6 to 7:50, though I do work from 1 to 5 during the day, too.
Tuesday is my writing day, with Fiction Writing early in the afternoon (after a couple hours of work) and News Writing at night (after a couple more hours of work), and Wednesday is the aforementioned Speech class (after a couple hours of work) and then the actual Astronomy class in the evening (after a couple more hours of work - sense a pattern?).
This job, TJ's old job, sounds like it should be a breeze, just sittin' on my butt in a computer lab for two to four hours at a time. It's only 12 hours a week, so it shouldn't interfere with school work whatsoever. I should, in fact, be able to get at least some work done while sitting there.
The only thing I was slightly concerned about was having time between work and class to get my car from the parking garage at Crossroads and grab a bite to eat during the day, but after looking at my class schedule and work schedule side-by-side I think I'll have enough time, depending on how quickly the buses are running between the mall and campus.
Hopefully this will be an easy (and maybe even fun) semester. I can't imagine the Astronomy or Speech classes being overly difficult, and the writing ones, well, I guess I'll just have a lot of deadlines this semester.
I'm off to grab some food before I head to campus. Later...