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On Mondays and Wednesdays, eh? Wake up at a M and I go in first my religion class. That's the first thing, um, about classes that you want to know about you. Classes are required after my religion class go to anthropology. Anthropology is a general, but I actually really like the class. Like one time a professor in anthropology, just like in the middle of a lecture just stood up and started like dancing randomly. It was, and it was really awkward or what to do anyways, After anthropology, I'm supposed to go to my firstman, your writing class. It was a rhetorical announces it was not a lot of fun, but it was only three to five pages. Today, actually, I'm taking my first ten page paper in for a peer of you. If you don't like writing, it's gonna be a little challenging because a lot of it is self discipline. Then the last place that I have back to back on Mondays and Wednesdays, ISS. No, My last question. Back to Back Choir, I goto University Choir and it's I think it's really beneficial, even if you're not a music major cause I'm not. It's really beneficial for I'm going to take at least one semester of music, especially if you don't love experience music just because music really can help give you a really good benefit. I don't know, like people have done studies on it, and it's it's a big scientific thing. I mean, if you don't want to take a class, get involved in a club, Just find a place where you can be a part of music, Um, areas. So Monday and Wednesday mornings, that's my schedule. I have four classes back to back, which can be kind of exhausting. Then in the evenings, I have our history lectures and also a bit longer. All my morning classes of fifteen minutes on and then in the evenings. Art history lectures are about an hour and fifteen minutes. So then Tuesdays and Thursdays I only have one class at four o'Clock I go, too, A figure drying. I'm okay with that being my only class on Tuesdays and Thursdays because it is three hours long and it is super intense. Of course, a lot of concentration requires a lot of work every week. It's one of my prerequisites, and it's supposed to help me in developing my professional. All used to apply for the program this spring and then Wednesdays are on Fridays. I can't choir, so that's kind of how it goes. The class structures they work either Monday, Wednesday, Friday, floor, Tuesday, Thursday, or any variation of those I know, like the women's chorus amends coursing, unlike Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, all that kind of stuff, anyway, yeah, so right now I'm just walking on campus. I'm talking to an anthropology lecture right now. Just Yeah, we'll get so that's my schedule for this semester. I wanted Teo in the beginning, and so I ended up having to get a job at night. So I work at night at the Wilkinson, the student center, as a custodian. Um, and if you have the mental capacity, it's taken seventeen credits. It can be really difficult to keep up the stamina to get to your classes on time. That's kind of why I'm this morning, because I I used my alarms the last possible second, and then I was like Yeah, that's how it's gonna work out today. So next semester I took a lot more care than choosing my schedule, my classes. So instead of back to back classes, I have them spread out. So there's at least an hour in between each one. There also only Monday to Thursday because I'm from Idaho and on Fridays I could potentially go home for the weekends and see me.