Well, the first day actually went smoothly. I have no Wednesday classes, so Thursday was my second day, and that went alright even though I spent all afternoon buying all the books for my classes. I got home around 6:00.
I'm only missing one book, and that's for my English class today. Hopefully Prof. Rosen will understand that the book wasn't in the Hunter Bookstore nor in the Shakespeare and Company bookstore at 69th St. and Lexington. I'm also hoping no one else has the book either; that way I won't look irresponsible, which I wasn't in this case.
Apparently students from Marymount also purchase their books from Shakespeare and Company. My high school medical illustration teacher, Mr. Pakter, made a big deal about that school. His best female students end up there. Too bad I'm not interested in being hit on by boys from West Point. Stepfather's Younger Son almost went to West Point, but he's now in Citadel. I think he's nuts, honestly.
I've been babysitting a nine week-old puppy named Sunny (short for Sunshine). She's been a pain in the tail. She whines, barks, and bites, plus she has to go to the bathroom every ten minutes. She's supposed to go home today via my mother. I hope that's still the plan. But Sunny is still a very cute and loveable pup. She's a beagle-terrier mix, a natural-born explorer.
Anyway, I have to go. I have to take Sunny out in the yard again and make sure I have everything ready for today's class. Bye!