I had a really long break in between my special education class and my psychology class so I ate lunch and then went to the building where my psychology class is held. But I didn’t want to sit on the floor for an hour and do my homework. So I decided to wait until the current class was over (only about 15 minutes from the time I got to the building) and then just go sit in on the lecture for the class that is before mine. That way I could sit in a chair and work on some of my homework.
This lecture hall is at least 700 seats so nobody even noticed I was there. It must’ve been some chemistry class because the professor’s office was in the chemistry building–according to his PowerPoint. And I had absolutely no clue what he was talking about.
But I told Boone my master plan of sitting in on the class and his response was this…
“I am happy to hear that you are so excited about your education that you are now sitting in on random classes. That is a true testament to your desire to learn. I hope that you learned some things today that will stay with you for your entire life. College is the place where young minds are shaped into middle-aged minds and then eventually you forget everything you learned and then you have an old mind.”
I’m really glad the rest of my life will be filled with such wit.
Until next time, fellow BFs!