This blog is being updated by me (Keith McGregor) concerning mostly my trip to Scotland. It is both for your viewing pleasure and to meet class requirements.
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
So there is a world of stress coming into the home stretch here at Strathclyde. Every class grade comes down to my last exam in the class. Which means playtime is slowing disappearing into study time. This is my last week of class then I get pummeled by exams on the 11th 13th 14th and unfortunaly the 29th of May. Recently (we don't remember where or who) Scott and I picked up on the best phrase yet for saying "I need to go to the bathroom". The phrase is "I need to go drain the tatties" (as in potatoes) and it has been a point of laughter this week. I think this ranks right up there with "drown some ants" and "see a man about a horse". Anyway, I don't have to much else to share at the moment (been spending most of my time working on a project with Scott for Treasure Managment, looking for a summer job, or just lollygaging around the internet playing games)...I'm sorry, but hopefully there will be more engaging stories to share as this week continues.
In the words of George Baily (from it's a wonderful life) "I'm shaking the dust of this crummy little town off my feet and I'm going to see the world. Italy, Greece, the Parthenon, the Colosseum. Then I'm coming back here and go to college and see what they know...and then I'm going to build things. I'm gonna build air fields. I'm gonna build skyscrapers a hundred stories high. I'm gonna build bridges a mile long..."