Theme Song

Posted by Karen in School.
Tuesday, December 13th, 2005 at 7:08 pm

There are times in my life when a theme song becomes necessary. Now is just such a time. Finals are upon me. And not just any finals, but finals of the worst semester ever, in all of history. How is it that every project takes 5 times longer than I expect it to? Where does the time go? And how is it that after all this time and all my efforts, Hydrology and GIS still send my brain into complete lockdown? Even when I get a good grade on something, I’m pretty sure it took me twice the time and twice the pain it should have.

And so here I am. In desperate need of a good theme song to push down the panic attack and see me through it all. Lucky for me there seems to always be a perfect song for everything.

My theme song for this semester:

Ooh-oo child, things are gonna get easier
Ooh-oo child, things’ll get brighter
Ooh-oo child, things are gonna get easier
Ooh-oo child, things’ll be brighter

Some day, yeah
We’ll put it together and we’ll get it all done
Some day
When your head is much lighter
Some day, yeah
We’ll walk in the rays of a beautiful sun
Some day When the world is much brighter

(If I was Nate I would know how to make a cool link so you could actually hear it instead of reading it. I would also be at Herkimer having a drink with the Caveman, instead of at home writing in our blog to avoid doing my GIS project.)

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2 Responses to “Theme Song”

  1. Rick Says:

    Nice song! I hummed along as I read it, so that was as a good as a link to the real song. Hang in there, you’re on the home stretch now, and soon you will be here in the Fort and GIS and hydrology can fade to the background. Yippee!

  2. m Says:

    Dumb ol’ GIS project! Good for you and staying home to work on it, altho I’m sure it would have been lots more fun at Herkimer’s. This week, too, shall pass. Just keep humming your song….
    It will be so nice to get a break, won’t it? And soon Steve will be in the states and that will help you forget school for a while.