A Surprisingly Not-Bad Wednesday

Today was surprisingly not too bad, considering that Mondays and Wednesdays are my bad days. (In short, I have an 8 am class and my last class ends at 6 pm, so that’s quite a bit of time on campus!) My morning classes were both great (energy derivatives is always great; risk management isn’t always great); I showed off a photo of my birds to my classmates and my favorite professor and said photo was a big hit; and I ran into my former economics professor. He said he was very impressed with the work I did last semester. I was happy—it’s always nice to have one’s brilliance recognized, isn’t it? Even accounting wasn’t so bad. In fact, I found the whole experience rather amusing. Everyone kept making jokes and laughing during the entire class.

Now I’m exhausted after a long day, so I’m going to go read about the Mossad, my latest obsession. I’m reading this book, Mossad: The Greatest Missions of the Israeli Secret Service right now. I checked out some books from the library today, but I’ll blog about those later.