Last week was crazy.
As Judson is quickly approaching midterm, classes have not even considered slowing down. If anything life has gotten more busy and more hectic.
On top of normal school stuff - class, homework, and the likes, some of us had to get ready for a horse show. At least I started the week thinking I was going to have to get ready for a show, than I got sick. I don't know if YOU can ride a horse when you can't breathe, but I can't. So I spent the first half of the week trying to get better so that I could spend the second half of the week getting ready for the show, but that didn't happen either. By Wednesday, I still wasn't well enough to ride in class, this meant that I had to make the call not to go to the show. I guess this was the best since it was suppose to be so cold and icky over the weekend, which it was.
In fact, Thursday afternoon the weather was projected to be so bad that they closed the school for Friday. Unfortunately, for students Friday was already a scheduled "institutional effectiveness" day," meaning we didn't have class. I guess we still had a long weekend so it didn't really matter. Since I wasn't able to go to the show I headed home Thursday night. It was a good thing too, because, come Friday, it really did snow! We got 2 ½ inches of snow at home in Oxford, Ala.
Thankfully, the team was able to get to Athens, Ga. for Saturday's show, despite the snow. Turned out that it snowed there, too and the show had to be canceled. I think everyone had a good time anyways though, hanging out relaxing and, of course, playing in the snow.