So tomorrow, my summer college classes start. Am I excited? Yes, I am. I’m always willing to learn new things, and challenge my intellectual capability. Am I looking forward to the workload of taking two classes both in a 6 week term? No, I am not. Sure, there are a tons of people out there who are doing this and more; but I’m not them. I believe I won’t have problems as far as understanding the lessons taught in my classes, it’s the work/homework. I’ll be taking Survey of Human Anatomy and Microcomputer Applications. Joy! I’m also looking forward to meeting my new classmates, and (possibly?) be the “Go-to” person in my classes. I’m not looking forward to being away from my son ALL day, especially since I’ve been working spelling with him. He knows how to spell Atom and DNA now, and I have gotten him to say some nonsense things for my own amusement like “I am so cool” and “Radical”. He has just been so cute, and I’m going to miss him terribly.
On the World of Warcraft side of things, I don’t know how my new school schedule is going to work with WoW. I might have time on Friday after my son goes to bed for the night to do some things. I want to do 2v2 Arenas with my Warlock Guildie, Rovor. I want to help my best friend, Lilmissmoo get her PvE gear situated so she’s comfortable enough to do 10 or 25 man Cataclysm Raids. The past week, I’ve been grouping with Lilmissmoo while playing my hunter (my only geared DPS) through regular Heroics. She still needs more gear though, and I want to be there to help her out. That has been a lot of fun, especially since I have to play with out ANY addons. Otherwise, I lagg like crazy and my computer freezes.
So when I am a little frustrated with WoW because of lagg spikes in guild Rated Battlegrounds, I take a little break. I’ve been moving my old blog from Blogspot to a self-hosted WordPress blog. As I mention in an older post this month, my Go-Farm-Yourself domain will expire in December. I intend to use that domain until then. How? This blog, duh. I’m hoping to renew this domain or get a new one in December; we’ll see once December comes around.