Musings from some former inhabitants of the sprawling metropolis that is Prudhomme City

Thursday, May 1, 2008


by Cajun Kate

So I know I have been seriously MIA. What can I say? There are officially ten school days left until the end of the semester, and here is what I have left to do:
1. Paper for adolescent psychology class
2. Three essays and five discussion questions for take home final (and finish the last 5 of the 78 article/chapter summaries) for developmental psychology class
3. Take home discussion question for helping relationships class
4. Study for and take final in helping relationships class
5. Study for and take a final on eleven theories in marriage and family counseling class
6. Study for and take a final on six chapters for adolescent psychology class

I just keep repeating
The Little Engine That Could's mantra. We all remember it, right? "I think I can! I think I can! I think I can!" Maybe that whole All I Really Need to Know I learned in Kindergarten dude was on to something.

Anyway, I do feel pretty badly about leaving you guys in the lurch. I know how it is. You check every day and are all like
D**n, that b***h is lazy! And, while it is true that I am indeed lazy, it's also true that I am only being lazy about anything not associated with school at the moment. My toilets and kitchen floor can attest to this. Not that I've missed them, BUT I have missed you guys! So, in an effort to keep everyone happy- you, me, the blogosphere gods- I am going to try to upload one mundane picture a day from now until the semester is over. All in an effort to let you know that I am still alive and kicking and that I will eventually be back at it, keeping everyone posted on the various Daigle happenings and writing AND posting pics about mundane me on a more regular basis.

First pic: This is what is happening under my desk
RIGHT NOW! Control yourself, people! Your excited screaming is waking up the neighbors.
P.S. Alex hates when I let my shoes pile up like this. He turns into a grumpy old man and says things like,
What does this look like? A closet? Uh, no. It looks the place where my shoes landed. Duh!

Another pic (sans long post) comin' at ya tomorrow...I hope. Keep on, keepin' on!

1 comment:

The Mayor said...

We sympathize with you JB. Hang in there. You'll make it. Bydee did. Remember one of my sayings: The sun will rise in the east and set in the west tomorrow. If not you may have bigger worries. :>))

Suggestion: get one of those blitz polishing cloths to keep that MA title, once it is received, all nice, shiny, and spiffy.