So it happened in the middle of the week and I am still trying to embrace my new age: 29. I am now 29.
And I do keep telling myself the world became a better place twenty-nine years ago because I was introduced into it. I thought it would feel different or I would suddenly look wiser. Not really. I did get more than 5 inches of my hair chopped off, but that's about it.
I toyed with the idea of taking a few years off my age NOW as opposed to 10 years from now, but that idea has fallen flat. Maybe. We'll see if I can fool a few of my soon-to-be classmates with 26.
I found more time to check out the first chapter of Biology. I am scared to death that the professor will decide to skip the first few chapters of the book and call it "review." Review? How can it be review if it's been 10+ years since I saw it last? ACK!
I finished taking notes for Chapter 1 (although I really didn't read the last section too well because Ace of Cakes was on the Food Network and Chef Duff really makes my mouth water--which is a biological thing anyway, right?)...and then I took the "online" multiple choice quiz.
Results? A solid 80%, which I believe to be a B. I'm pretty sure I got a B the first time in Biology, so that's par for the course.
So can I make a hypothesis based on the first quiz results and the previous B in the same subject? I will. Did I forget to make an observation first? What are the steps for the Scientific Method again? (just kidding, I got that question right)