I could spend a couple hundred sentences explaining in dramatic prose and delicious diction the joys, relief, and fear of being done with AP tests. But let’s get real- nobody really cares. So I’ll keep it short: I finished AP testing and this long dreaded year is coming to a slow close ( still have the SAT in two weeks). I can’t believe i’ve (mostly) survived.
Now what? When you spend three plus hours of five days a week studying for something, plus countless nights dreaming ( or rather “nightmaring”) on that same something, for some nine months – what do you do when it is all over?
Well I have two strategies of action:
1. Make a new schedule. If I’m not busy I start thinking. We all know that thinking is a very dangerous prospect indeed. Thus I will fill my time with other things: astronomy studies with the kids, homeschooling my younger siblings, baking bread for neighbors, planning picnics and stargazing trips, preparing for SAT, studying Italian, researching autism, etc…
2. Start blogging again. Hooray! English class may be over but my newfound joy in disecting faulty arguments, ranting on random topics, and sharing perfect ways to procrastinate has failed to die ( to my family’s chagrin). Thus the blog is reborn.
This summa is gonna be awesome.
Prepare for healthy treats, delicious recipes, extreme adventures, internet findings, and all sorts of wonderful things.