Thursday, September 11, 2008

Fantastic class!!

This semester I'm taking a class on webometrics, and it is so much fun! It's a lot of work....but then, nobody said it would be easy. I have decided, that I work while the kids are away, so monday-friday when they are in daycare. It gives me just about 5 hours a day. Quite a bit less than I would normally work, and quite a bit more than I had last semester when Ask was at home with me ;-)
So all in all, I should be okay.

The class is taught by Professor Peter Ingwersen, who is well-known internationally in his field. And he is a wonderful teacher, I feel very lucky! So my first class this semester is off to a good start.

I do miss the kids, though. But I am comforted knowing they are having fun with their friends. And this way, I can spend time with them in the afternoon, and just focus on them....and dinner....laundry....the general mess that is my house!

Unfortunately I don't have much time for sewing. Right now, I'm trying to remember how to study, summer was a bit long, and somewhere along the way I seem to have lost my ability to remember what I read. Not so good! LOL! But it'll come back to me....I hope! No, seriously....it's the same every time I've had a long break. I just need to reboot my system...
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7 comments:

upstateLisa said...

Tine, change always takes time!!! Webometrics sounds so complicated! Glad someone understands it :-)

Katy said...

I'm with Lisa! So glad you are happy with your new class though!

amandajean said...

...you just need to reboot your system....HA! you are funny. :)

Suzanne said...

I am sure you memory will return once you are back at class. Enjoy your new class.

ladydi said...

Pardon my ignorance, but what is Webometrics? Something to do with the internet, I assume. Good for you for devoting 5 hours a day to your studies. Did Viola and Ask adjust well to the schedule change?

Now I see why you got an early start on your Christmas sewing.:>]

thriftymrs said...

Good luck with the new class, it sounds cool (and complicated).

Katie said...

Wow. That sounds so interesting. :-)