It's the first week of school and I'm still in total denial that I already have homework. I'm just not readyyyyyy. Ughh need to take required philosophy and speech general subjects. Most of my groupmates (I wanted to be groupmates with my actual blockmate sobbb) are freshmen. Speech teacher's first assignment was to introduce ourselves in the group creatively complete with props and costumes. Oh lawdy I'm too old for this. I suppose I do need the confidence training but urghhh.
I also really hate philosophy in general. I forever get bad grades in them because I do not like the idea of meandering and going around trying to explain something that has already a straight answer. Then again it's Logic, so maybe it won't be too bad. At least I'm not disproving the existence of God in the morning then trying to prove it in the afternoon like in the other school. My teacher's a bit of an old tired dude.
It's also bit depressing when your general ed teachers more or less know and admit you're all in the class just for the sake of a requirement. I kind of read people/ especially teachers fairly fast. Both my Speech and Philo teachers just seem to make the best of what they have. Speech teacher is more perky but I feel she'd flip tables if she's pushed too far. Philo teacher feels more tired but has kindness despite the language and somewhat gruff personality. Philo teacher admits he wished didn't have to turn away students who need the class but there's just too many and at least takes students who have the least units.
These are my first GE teachers in the school and its a bit jarring to hear all that. It's also a bit sad no one can really do anything. Or well those who can, doesn't seem to be doing anything. The frustrating cycle doesn't eeend.
On the other hand, Im trying to finish draws before I get buried in work (My majors will bury me 6 feet under soon). The props too. Sob, didn't finish them in break because welpp.
/corgi gets dragged back in the shadowsss