I can’t wait any longer

Spring break is a measly three days away, but it seems like it will never get here. I’ve got three tests and a lab practical before it gets here. But I get to see Blast! II: Shockwave tomorrow. For those of you who haven’t heard of Blast! it’s basically extreme marching band on stage. Really cool!

The tests that are coming up shouldn’t be that bad. One is EET 157, which I get a note card for. Then, later tomorrow, I’ve got PHYS 218, which we get a formula sheet for. Then, I’ve got my OLS 252 exam on Thursday, followed by an EET 159 lab practical. That should be the easiest one, since it is open everything (book, notes, labs) except for neighbors. Outside of that, the only thing that’s going on is the countdown to spring break. Last weekend made it seem like it would never get here, though. There was noting to do. I’ve discovered that I need something to look forward to on the weekends so that I can make it through the week.

So, what do I have planned for spring break. Not a lot, most of my friends back home are off this week, but I’m hoping that I can catch up with some of them over the weekend before they go back. Also, I’m hoping to see my high school basketball team play, since they’re rather deep in the playoffs. Sometime during the weekend I’ll also have one of my friends visiting. He’s playing for the basketball team in the band at the Big Ten tournament and needs a place to stay before his flight home. Well, if I keep going on about what I’m doing for break, It’ll just make it seem further away.

Posted on March 11, 2003 at 11:53 pm by Matt Walsh ยท Permalink
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  1. Written by Brandon McKnight
    on March 13, 2003 at 4:57 pm

    Yo bro, I play for Purdue’s basketball team. Who do you know that plays basketball in the Big Ten?

  2. Written by Matt
    on March 17, 2003 at 7:12 pm

    Sorry about any confusion. My friend plays in the basketball band, and he was there for the Big Ten tournament. That’s what happens when I write these too late at night. Good luck to both of Purdue’s teams in the Big Ten tournament.

  3. Written by Darmetreis
    on March 28, 2003 at 11:07 pm

    Yo dogg, I been really disappointed in the lack of updates you been throwin down up in herre

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