Last night after we went swimming (I'm learning Butterfly!) I had this huge craving for some Ben & Jerry's. The actual ice cream store was closed, so we went to Harris Teeter to buy a pint. Yum... sometimes you just need some ice cream!
The gym that we go to has a 3 lane pool, a huge whirl pool, a sauna, and a steam room. I really love the whirl pool... and I usually go into the sauna for about 3 minutes because that's all I can handle! The steam room though, freaks me out. It's so scary- it's like your sitting in there and then all of the sudden steam starts pouring out of these vents and it's so loud. It makes me feel like I'm in a gas chamber, and then I start to feel claustrophobic. So... I stick to the sauna!
In other news... I'm having a hard time making a decision about my schedule. I can't decide what to do. Right now I'm taking 18 credits. Two of my classes include: a Sociology class (finishes my minor) that is SOOO interesting and I love the prof. and I feel like I'm going to do really well in it. And a Political science class (finishes my "general req. for "world") that seems like it's going to be a a lot of work, but sounds interesting. I really like having both of these in my schedule, because they make all of my classes right in a row, every day. (So that I'm not hanging out on campus for long intervals in between classes).
My problem is that, I've found a Sociology class that fits my "world" requirement - one class that knocks out both of those reqs. So, I could add that class and drop both of the others. This would drop my course load down to 15 credit hours... however, this class involves A LOT of work (I signed up for it last year and ended up dropping it because it was only a 200 level course but the workload was that of a graduate level class). So... I don't think it's worth it to drop the two interesting classes, just to pick up a class that could potentially be more work than both of those classes combined...
Gah :-/ And I only have one more day to decide!