angelica-85Hi everyone, sorry I haven’t posted anything in a while. Working two jobs is not  fun at all and I wouldn’t suggest it to anyone.  But I am also blessed to have my job because many people in the country are fighting to get hired.

In addition to working two jobs this summer, I am also taking a summer course at Dillard University. So my days are steamy, hot and stuffed to capacity. Contrary to my prior beliefs, taking summer classes are awesome. Although the walk to class is exhausting and sticky, it’s worth it because it feels good to know that I am getting my Elementary Spanish II course out of the way.

My first semester at Dillard University (DU) I took my Elementary Spanish I course and it was treacherous. It was highly difficult to keep up with my other five classes, the piles of Spanish homework, and a part-time job. Unfortunately, I barely passed with a D+, but I learned from that experience and I decided to take Spanish II in the summer. Choosing to take a foreign language in the summer makes a ton sense. You get the opportunity to pour yourself into your assignments. My Spanish class begins at 8 a.m. and ends at 10 a.m. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not advising anyone to take an 8 a.m. class, actually that was a bit silly on my part, but you should definitely consider taking your foreign languages during the summer.

Summer classes are very intense, so you’re not going to get bored and you won’t have time to slack or fall behind, I am quite sure of that. They are rigorous because you have to cram about three months of work into about a month, but it’s worth it because you’ll definitely learn and get your money’s worth. Learning a foreign language isn’t a simple task, but taking the course in the summer will allow you to quickly to pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses. Before you register for a foreign language during the fall or spring, you should definitely consider taking those classes during the summer.

Best wishes!!! Enjoy the remainder of the summer!!!