Well, I think if I can make it through this semester, I can make it through anything. That's a big 'if', though. I have once again, perhaps a little over-zealously, signed up for 21 credit-hours, comprising 7 classes. These classes are Mathematical Physics (at 8 in the morning Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays), Quantum Mechanics (with our new professor) Geography 102 (World Culture Regions), Hawaiian 102 (with a different teacher), Seminar B (where I get to give a talk! Yay!), Writing for Science and Technology (a Writing Intensive...it's gonna be rough), and Galactic and Extragalactic Astrophysics (um...not much to say about it. Except that it will probably be kind of cool).
And because of that aforementioned 8 AM class I'm going to cut this post short, and merely note that we had our first thunderstorm of the year today (and come to think of it, this is the first night I've heard the coqui frogs since I've been back). The one nice thing about such early classes, though, is that at least I'm arriving to class pleasantly warm, not completely overheated and drenched in perspiration.
A hui hou!