My registration is almost complete! This is the first year I haven't had to suffer any wait lists, so my schedule is falling into place nicely. The only thing I'm waiting for now is the paper work on a directed study I've applied for.
I'm one of those rare students who is finishing his four-year degree in four years, but it looks like I'm going to have to take five classes each semestre to do so. I can handle them, mostly, but three of them each semestre will have to be upper level English classes. That's a lot of reading! To help myself out, I've begun reading already. The English profs post their reading lists on the department website as they make them, so I'm getting ahead of the game. I realize that's pretty dorky but I have a lot of time to read when I'm away at work.
I realize that I haven't been blogging very consistently through the summer, but that's just because it's hard to think of things to write about when I'm mostly just working. Next weekend I'll be going camping with my extended family at Cowichan Lake; hopefully I'll have something to say about that.