Psychology is really interesting, but I have to say that some of the students tick me off some of the time. I know it's not their fault, but some of the statements are really annoying if you're used to living with a disability. Some of us don't have hidden disabilities, but what disturbs me is the cure it mentallity I saw today. I think I'm ujust getting rebellious, and I don't know how to put into words what I'm feeling. It's just interesting.
C++ is interesting, and somewhat trying. But I'm living through it. And working through it.
French is good, although the students are talkative, and I only really know one student, and both of us are more serious.
On the foot front, the orthodics are not painful like that other pair was (You'd have to read really far back in the journal to even hear mention of them!). And my foot feels somewhat better with them on, but I'm still breaking them in. Tomorrow, I get to where them for two hours!
It's a slow process.
Julio was so food distracted today. I don't like going through the cafeteria anymore. It's a *LOT of food on the floor. More than I ever had in training, and I have no hands free to correct him.
Maybe I should go back to eating alone.
It's snowing... hard. I don't think we'll get a snow day out of it though. I wish we would, because it's going to be very cold, like below zero temps tomorrow, and it's not going to be fun to go outside without a jacket when I do my mid day relief session.
That's life, I gues.