For whatever reason my addled mind found fitting, I thought once school was over I would catch up with my blog buddies. Not happening. Very sorry. I have caught up on some DVD viewing and some family visiting, though. I watched season two of "Slings and Arrows," recommended by Laurie and seconded by me. Season three just came in yesterday at the library, and if I ever get out of bed, I'll go snatch them off the hold shelf. I also polished off the last two seasons of "Goodnight, Sweetheart." It was good, but I thought it ended rather abruptly. Even if they didn't want to tell us what happened down the line, a little more at the end would have been appreciated.
Seeking your advice:
I could graduate in December if I take two dreadful classes. There is a class I want to take (not required) that conflicts with one of the dreadful ones, both of which are required. The class I want to take is a magazine class. I'm hoping to learn applicable skills in the class.
One of the dreadful classes is offered by a better professor in the spring.
Is it worth it to take a class I want to take and choose a professor who's more interesting but postpone graduation by a semester?
Or should I get out of school and into the job market and learn on the job?
Bear in mind my advanced age and advanced credits: I will have to pay double tuition. Does another semester really matter after all this time? I'm really sick of school. But I don't want to graduate and be lacking in desirable skills. I wouldn't get a job then, and there'd be no point in graduating.
OK, I'm babbling.
What do you think?