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Date:2005-05-06 20:33
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Mood: complacent

I love how exercize can make you incapable of being angry. I was seriously shaking from anger and on the verge of destroying everything I own, but instead I went running for 45 minutes and am now in a good mood.

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Date:2005-05-06 01:47
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Mood: aggravated

Hehe... my journal posts are really random. I'll not post for a month, then do three in one day. I wonder why that is...

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Date:2005-04-07 20:56
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Mood: confused

Oregon State University is offering me $2,500 in grants to go there next year... that's almost half of the tuition. I doubt UW will give me anything near that... I'll probably just be offered another $25,000 loan. I may end up going to OSU next year...

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Date:2005-04-07 02:46
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Mood: depressed

I really wish I had somebody to talk to who would actually give a damn.

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Date:2004-12-23 17:37
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Take my Quiz of Evilness!

Evil Quiz #2

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Date:2004-12-22 14:45
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I made a Quiz for you! Take my Quiz! and then Check out the Scoreboard!


My GPA for this quarter was 3.25, which isn't too bad, but I would've liked to do better. Especially since my lowest grade (a 2.7) was in Computer Programming, and I want to be a CSE major... but oh well. I'll just put a lot more effort into CSE 143 and hopefully I'll get a better grade in that. I got a 2.9 in Calculus, which is good because got a 3.0 in my transfer credit from high school and I would've looked like a major retard if my grade was much lower the second time I took a class.

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Date:2004-11-16 20:05
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Mood:Slightly Hoish

I was able to get the exact classes that I wanted for next quarter, which makes me very happy. I'm taking a philosophy class and a composition course that is linked to it. Which means that my homework will be the same for both classes and the philosophy class counts as a writing class, so I'll only have to take one more writing class after next quarter, which is great, becuase I hate writing essays.  The essays for this class should be interesting and easy to write because the topics the class will cover are: Does God exist? Are we truely free? and What, if anything, makes and action right? I really hope we have class discussions too because I love arguing with people about that kind of stuff. Today was also good because I got a 85/100 on my PFD (the practice physical fitness test for ROTC). I couldn't take it las week because I had not done 8 PT sessions yet because of the whole DODMERB ordeal. You need 75 points to pass, so I consider 85 to be good for me because I am incredibly unathletic. Unfortunatly I had a calculus midterm today and I have no idea how I did. The problems were obscenely long, so there was a lot of room for error, and you couldn't really tell if your answer looked right.

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Date:2004-11-08 21:27
Subject:Calculus is evil
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Mood: discontent

Today I spent seven straight hours doing math homework. My brain is just about dead. I didn't even get all of it finished, so tomorrow I get to spend my three hour break between classes finishing it. Fun. Tomorrow I have to take the PFD (Phyical Fitness Diagnostic Test) for ROTC. I am really not looking forward to it. It consists of a 1.5 mile run, 1 minute of sit-ups, and 1 minute of push-ups. Its just to let you know about what you'll get on the actuall PFT (Physical Fitness Test) but they still keep a record of it. You need to get a 75/100 points to pass and I really hope I can do it. I'm pretty sure I can, but I'm still worried about it because if you don't pass it, then you don't get your money. The actual test is next week, so it seems kinda silly to have the practice only one week before, because that really doesn't give you enough time to improve anything. The part about it I especially don't like is waking up at 5:00 in the morning to do it. I really don't understand why the military has to do things so freaking early. I hate it! I would also like to mention that my roommate knows absolutely nothing about music. I was playing "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister on my guitar, and she thought it was Christmas music. She then proceded to sing through different Christmas songs, trying to figure out which one it was.

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Date:2004-11-05 12:42
Subject:Gah!
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Mood: discontent

I just got raped by my computer programming midterm. I did just fine on the practice midterms that he gave us, but this one section (which was worth 15 / 100 points) I just completetly screwed up on. And I only had 25 minutes to do 3 programming questions, which was not nearly enough time. I wrote something down for all of them, so I'll at least get partial credit, but there just wasn't enough time to look them over to make sure that that program would actually do exactly what it was supposed to. I think I probably got somewhere in the mid 70's on it. It'll be graded on a curve, but there is probably some ass monkey who got 100.

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Date:2004-10-30 12:26
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The stupidity of freshmen never ceases to amaze me. This morining as I was walking down the hall to the bathroom there was a large group of them braging about how much alcohol they drank last night. They don't seem to understand that it doesn't make them cool, it makes them stupid.

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Date:2004-09-10 06:32
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Mood: sleepy

Here it is, 6:30 in the morning and I can hear my sister getting ready to go to school... and I haven't even gone to bed yet. Its very strange to think that all those kids are at school while I'm at home sleeping. Yesterday on my way to the mall I passed the bus I used to ride taking the kids home from school, and I had only been awake for three hours. It still hasn't really hit me that I'm not in high school anymore. Its even weirder to think that in two weeks I'll be living somewhere completely different.

I would also like to note that DODMERB (the Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board) is the most evil organization on the face of the planet.

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Date:2004-05-03 22:36
Subject:Yay!
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Mood: excited

I got an Air Force ROTC scholarship that will pay $15,000 in tuition for 4-years, plus $510 a year for books and a $250 monthly stipend!! Now I can go to the University of Washington! I'm so excited! I thought for sure I was going to be stuck going to OSU, because the first time my application went before the board I did not recieve a scholarship. I was shocked when I found out that I got the good scholarship that they only give out to 15% of applicants. Now I can go to the school I want to go to. I won't be stuck living in boring Corvallis. Now I just need to work on my physical fitness, I can almost meet the requirements, but I want to greatly exceed them, which I'll probably be able to do if I work out every day for the next four months. I also hope that I don't somehow get medically disqualified. I don't know of anything that's wrong with me, but there could be something.

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