Monday, July 24, 2006


I got a B- in hermeneutics! I'm really upset about it and I'm mad at myself for not working harder. I spent too much time setting up the blogs and the blogroll. I'm going to have to do better in the fall.

I did get some good news, I got a B in my Doctrine of Salvation II class (thanks Dr. Tipton). I'm shocked because that was the class I expected the B- (or C, I was really expecting my first C). But my good news has been overshadowed by my bad news (*sniff, *sniff).


  1. Carrie said...
    "and I mad at myself"

    Could bad grammar have had anything to do with it?

    Kidding, Kidding, Kidding!!!

    Just trying to make you laugh.

    Hmm, this post is like deja vous..

    michele said...
    No, I'll take the hit and say maybe. And I have to double post because my readers refuse to read everything I write.
    Happy0303 said...
    Well, at least your canival is a success! That's something, right? I'm sure you'll do better next time.
    michele said...
    Thank you, Kailani. I'm happy the investment in the blogs and the blogroll has paid off and I knew that I was not going to do as well as I could, but I thought I would do better in hermeneutics.
    Carrie said...
    Oh Michelle, that wasn't a hit! I was just teasing you. I'm sorry, I didn't realize you were that down.

    Your blogroll is great and I'm amazed that you can keep up with all your blogs and take difficult courses!

    I still say that a B- isn't that bad.
    michele said...
    Carrie, I'm sorry I was just using it as a figure of speech. I meant that it really could be that ;-) You guys have seen my writing, you know :-)
    e-Mom said...
    I feel your pain. Hermeneutics is a hard class. I've been taking some theology classes too. Worth the effort, stimulating, and a major blessing. I'm sure you learned a lot, even though you didn't pull off the A you really wanted. GB.
    Moonshadow said...
    The grade tells you that WTS is a crackerjack school, not a diploma mill of 4.0, summa cum laude for all.

    My guess is your personal associations with faculty can get you a foot in the publisher's door.
    Pamela said...
    Well.... it's all Greek to me

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