I stayed up late (as in old, married kind of late...I think 11:30ish?) last night blogging about the Oscars. I had the craziest week of midterms last week and studied my freaking brains out. So I had the most relaxing weekend and partied it up. I also slept in this morning and skipped my 8:00 class since I was so tired from being up so late. Good for me.
I arrived to my 9:00 class three minutes early, just in time to get my seat. I was feeling well rested and peaceful. Then my professor walked in and handed out some papers. I assumed a quiz was happening, which is no biggie in that class. I got a 100 question bubble sheet instead. Midterm day.
WHAT THE CRAP?!?!?!
I thought our test was in the testing center starting today so i had a leisurely week to prepare for it. Nope. I was so lost. What the heck were all those easy quizzes about? Just a way to throw us off so we didn't feel the need to prepare for the actual exam? I was seriously left to think about all those Living Scripture movies I watched faithfully as a child to try and answer those questions.
My sibs and I would get out all of the Living Scripture movies we owned on Sundays after church. We would roll dice and find which position we were in (I never got the last spot because Eric would always trade me if I rolled bad numbers). Then in order we would pick one movie at a time and make a line of movies on the carpet indicating when we would watch them. We lined up every single movie as if we were really going to watch four hours of living scripture movies. We usually made it through two or so and then try and stop but then whoever got the last slot didn't get to watch their movie so we would fight and pout through the last two movies. Good old days.
I will let you know next week if the Living Scriptures taught me anything at all. I wish my parents would have invested in more Book of Mormon videos instead of buying so many New Testament movies that did me no good today. Dang you parables of Christ for being the best movies!!
What a rotten Monday.