Well let's see if I can break it down:
1) Drum Major auditions: I conducted in front of the entire band on Monday, did the marching portion/giving instructions today, have an interview sometime next week, and emailed Mr. Morrison (old band director) last week for a recommendation letter. I feel I did AMAZING on Monday, but today, I had a huge brain fart and couldn't remember how to start the band vocally--and it was only THREE words!!! "Mark time mark"......uurrrgggg!!!! Ok, that is kinda out of my system. BTW Michael Aranda was a drum major, and Anna Beth said that to me right before I went to band on Monday and it gave me a little confidence, hence the title.
2) SO MUCH WORK
I have to turn in a project first thing tomorrow with a concept statement for Design Studio. It turned out really well, but it was a lot of work. I also have to print out a color photo, but that cost real money; hopefully though, Jill will let me borrow her card that has Big Red dollars on it and I'll just give her the 50 cents.
Another project for Design Concepts is due tomorrow that I haven't started as well as putting together a presentation for Perspectives of Dress and practicing for it.
My final paper in English 300 due on Friday and I just learned today that my thesis is too broad. Yay.
Something else due on Friday by 2pm
and I'm probably missing something, but at least it helped me a little to write everything down even though it must be boring for you to read.
Ok, I only have 20 minutes till midnight, but let's see how many Disney villain's deaths I can talk about (in continuation of the Disney theme from last week):
Snow White (1937):
The evil queen falls to her death.
Sleeping Beauty (1959):
Maleficent turns into a dragon to stop Prince Philip from waking up Aurora, and the Prince kills her by throwing his Sword of Truth into her chest.
Black Cauldron (1985):
The Horned King...wait, did he die? Or did Gurgi's sacrifice safe everyone?
The Little Mermaid (1989):
Ursula was stabbed with a sunken ship that was resurrected by her whirlpool and steered by Prince Eric.
Beauty and the Beast (1991):
Gaston fell to his death after stabbing the Beast.
Jafar was only trapped by his own lamp at the end of the original, but in Aladdin 2, Iago uses the last of his strength to push the black lamp into a pit of lava, thus killing Jafar.