I like tuna casserole. In fact, I love tuna casserole. I love my tuna casserole. We’re making it with pasta shells (medium sized), mixed peas and carrots, tuna (naturally), and cream of celery, cream of mushroom and cream of mushroom and garlic soups as well as celery, onion and garlic that has been sauteed together. It’s topped with bread crumbs and parmisan cheese. It’s in our large roasting pan. Alas, Bran won’t be able to have any before he goes off to class because there’s no way it will be ready. It’s too bad I didn’t have the final ingredients before I went to school. Next time I make it I’m going to have it all ready for Bran to put in the oven when he comes home from school (I can’t do this on any other days than weekends and Tuesday, Thursdays because I’m at school all day on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
I got up a little bit past 5 am this morning and pushed the cart along for Boy while he delivered papers. We had a lovely walk. In fact, we kept up a reasonable pace and got home about 6:20 (we left about 5:30), so it took us less than an hour to get to where the route starts, deliver all the papers, and then walk home from there.
Bran was woken by the clatter of dishes while Boy emptied the dishwasher. I made coffee and then got out of the way. Bran sat up and then ate some breakfast. Boy snoozed on the couch for an hour and I did some notes for the anthropology class. Then Boy left for school, Bran went to school, I wrote notes and played about on the computer. About 11 made myself a couple of sandwiches and then ran out of steam. I laid down and snoozed until Boy woke me at 12:30. I caught the bus and went off to school.
The Methods class was dead dull, but I’m glad that I went. It helped some to figure out what questions belong where in the process and I shared my laptop with my classmate next to me so that she could access the data needed. I do come in handy once in a while.
Then while I awaited the bus, I got to chatting with a woman who smoked while waiting for the same bus that I catch. She’s a commerce student. We got to chatting about classes and coffee places, and finally statistics. She referred me to a math and stats centre that the university offers to students. Too freaking cool. Guess where I’m heading on Thursday morning? Yeah, there. Maybe I’ll get to understanding what the prof is teaching and how to use the equations. I might even learn what the statistics that I’m calculating are for. I’m hoping that this will help me keep my marks in the 90s. That would seriously rock!
So now I’m home. The casserole is in the oven. Boy is sitting beside me working on his math homework and studying for an exam that he has tomorrow. That’s about it for now. I’m going to turn the TV off of programming and tune it to the music channel that I like. Then I’m going to continue on my notes and be a good example doing homework.