Thank you Alice Cooper, now go play some golf.
I turned in my last assignment 30 minutes ago for Ancient Greece, finishing up the Spring semester. What a semester it has been, for all of us. At my age, I never thought I would be homeschooled. Home detention certainly; home eviction, homesickness, home invasion, home alone, home cooking were all on the horizon. But homeschooling not so much. But as Doris Day sang, Que Sera, Sera.
If I can’t visit the campus for the forceable future, I decided to bring the campus here. I’ve had a sign commissioned for the front lawn and sent President Joan Gabel a bill for $37,000 along with a nice bunch of Spring ramps, which will make a delightful risotto. I haven’t heard back from her yet about the bill, but I have noticed my University email is acting a bit jiggy.
I am waiting for my grades, although I have received my POL 3085, Quantitative Analysis in Political Science grade and eked by with a 97.73% and pretty happy with that. If you would like to see my final project you can do so at:
I will keep you posted on the remaining three.
Now Alice Cooper was not entirely true, for me school is not out for the summer. It, in fact, begins June 8 with summer semesters one and two. I’m only taking one class each term, but it’s five credits each and it’s Japanese. I petitioned the College of Liberal Arts to let me skip this requirement as I am too old and have no memory for anything. Unfortunately they didn’t see it that way and insisted at my age I should know that rules are not made to be broken. So I have decided on Japanese, I might as well go down in flames.
On the up side, I continue to receive solicitations to join a mired of scholastic leadership societies. I had no idea there were so many and so expensive. I anticipate they are looking for recruits to help them with all the misspellings in their letters. Today I received a few more along with one from AARP to join them. I am being worked from both ends.
More later, Yip, Yip.