So, do I look like a teacher yet?
Naturally, going into Elementary Education I had to come around to getting a pair of spectacles sooner or later. Just kidding. But in all honesty, I have felt like i've needed some glasses for a few years. Yes, i've silently been suffering through blurry power points, chalkboard writings, and any other type of word that is displayed more than ten feet away. Or at least so I thought? When I finally came around to getting my eyes checked last week, after a thorough examination the Dr. came to the conclusion that I have 20/20 vision. Um, what does he know?!? I'm telling you, blurry is blurry. There is just no getting around it. So he was probably mocking me as he wrote me up the slightest little prescription thinking I was "just one of those girls" who wanted glasses to try to look sophisticated or something. (People really do that, I heard it on the radio.) He must not know there are much easier ways to achieve that look than getting a fast shot of air burst into your eyeball! (He said I was the first he's heard actually scream in years, just leave it to me.)
I also had a presentation today for my Geo Science class. I prepared my very first of many lesson plans and demonstrated it to my (pretend) 5th graders. You could say I got a little bit into character when I snapped, "1 2 3 Eyes on me!" at my professor who was talking to my class mate during my presentation haha. Guys, i'm excited to be a teacher! I love being reminded every now and then why i'm actually enduring through long lectures, egotistical professors, late night essays, and the many choice joys of being a college student. It's a lot of work, but it's going to be worth it. The experience of getting a formal education is priceless! (HA.HA.) Jk, it's actually quite over priced. But really, I wouldn't trade this for anything and i'm sooo grateful for the opportunity that I have to go to school right now! Let's be honest i've always been your cut out school-girl nerd on the inside.