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Had a lazy, lazy weekend.
We were going to do some work outside on Saturday, but it was so freaking cold here! So we cleaned up (a little), then went shopping. We went to Goody's, where they were having a 50% off sale, and got Rob 2 pairs of shorts and a pair of jeans. Then we went to Target to get some stuff, nothing interesting, then headed to China Buffet for dinner. And let me tell you, I ate myself silly. We came home and watched "One Hour Photo," which was awesome beyond words.
Sunday was finally warm. :-) Rob mowed the lawn and replaced his shocks, while I started on the laundry. Always a fun task. We watched "The Ring," which was very good. We went to the Addison's, and I got some Mary Kay stuff from Crystal (half price, baby!). I got a lip enhancer, lipstick, and eye makeup remover. So that was good.
We went to Wal-Mart for some food, because Rob decided he wanted steak for dinner. So he had steak, and I wanted some of that white sausage, I can't remember what it's called. Of course, they didn't have any, so we got Cheddar sausage to try (and it was icky).
So, we had dinner, then I had to get online for a chat for school (yuck). I hate group projects online. It's so confusing. So, we're coming up with a list of resources for parents of children with learning disabilities. I'm looking for non-print resources. Anyone know of anything good?
Of course, the topic veered off, and we started talking about our Reference prof. (unclear, offers conflicting info, and is hard to get hold of) and the department head (unclear, bitchy). Well, at least we get a new department head next fall.
Still confusion about the way "hybrid" classes will work starting this summer. The dept. head doesn't seem to be able to offer a clear explanation.
Anyone looking to get an MLS...do NOT take classes from Southern Connecticut State University, especially not online. It's more trouble than it's worth.
Enough bitching, I have to get back to homework. When will it ever end?