…that I only have about three weeks left of school. In that time, I’ve got a 10-12 page paper due (single-spaced…ugh), a group project due, and a 5-6 page written final exam due. It’s times like these when I regret taking two classes while working full-time.
During my performance review at work, I tried selling myself (as you’re supposed to do) and mentioned how, after I get my degree from Harvard in June (Graducate Certificate in Management….two classes shy of a masters), I may transfer to Suffolk University to get my MBA. My boss ate it up and strongly encouraged me to do so. But I’m just feeling so lazy. I want my life back. I want my weeknights back. I want homework-free weekends. I want to be lazy again.
Oh, and regarding enlarged pictures on my blog…the Harvard people are working on that. They claim that my photos should be appearing full-size and can’t figure out why they aren’t. Once I figure out how to enlarge them, I will re-post.
I’ve got my annual physical exam tomorrow. I’m a bit nervous since I suspect my doctor is going to yell at me (again). You see, he yells at me in a joking way about not exercising. Fortunately, he’s exactly the same age as me so we have a pretty good doctor/patient relationship (but not in a Falcon video sort of way).
Anyway, my “bad” cholesterol is always great but my “good” cholesterol is consistenly borderline…and that’s solely because I don’t exercise. So, for the past few years he has told me I should start exercising. I tell him I will, then a year later we go through the same conversation all over again. I suspect he may be picking up on my little lies, though, and now I fear his response.
But I did see him at North Station over the summer eating an ice cream from McDonald’s. I guess I can throw that back in his face. Remember that anti-drug TV commercial from the 80′s where the father finds pot and accuses his son of using it? When asked where he learned to do drugs, the child responds: “I learned it from you, Dad! I learned it from you!”.
Well, doc – I learned it from you!
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