I just took my final in Marriage and Enrichment, which is going well. Right now I have a 94%, so I'm good for an A there, possibly an A+ if I do really well on the exam. The Korean grading system is slightly different, but I think it's just the letter grade that will transfer to LU. The book we used is pretty good, it's called "The Marriage You've Always Wanted" by Gary Chapman, also known as the guy who made a wheelbarrow-load of money off of his '5 Love Languages' series. I'm not going to bother taking most of my books back with me(heavy in the luggage) but this one's worth it. Not sure what my grades are going to be in my other 3 classes, but not bad. Intercultural Studies is run by the weirdest prof ever and he'll probably grade based on how the assignments turned in taste. I expect a B(would be an A, probably, if my attendance weren't so dismal). Literature should return a B, maybe an A if I'm underestimating myself on the final. Statics is looking like a C, possibly a B if I'm better than I think I am. I still have the finals to go on those last 3 classes, and they might be all on the same day. Eep.
Also, I just got an email from LU advertising a neato mission trip opportunity. It's a boat that sails around the world holding book fairs. They're looking for technical people to repair the boat. First thing mention on the list of desirable skills: welding. Booyah. Second important detail: It's in New Zealand. Man, could you get more of SIGN than that? How many posts ago was it that I was talking about thinking of moving to Australia for a good welding engineering job? Seriously. Not only will this month-long trip be super neat, but it also gives me an
Oh, and were you wondering why the ship needs repair? From their site:
"Doulos is recognised in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's oldest active ocean-going passenger ship."