Monday, July 24, 2006

Bummer!

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).

9 Comments:

  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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