Today was the big day. It was finally time for our presentation. I woke up at 6:15 AM and attempted to do my make up. It looked fine as long as you didn't get to close to me... So I decided not to wear my business suit to class because I get sweaty on the 15 minute walk there. I rushed to breakfast to please my mother, who told me to eat something before I left. I grabbed a cinnamon bun and was out the door. By 7:30 AM I was in the building, ready (sort of) for my presentation.
We didn't start of course until 8:30 AM, but I prepared myself as best as possible while I waited. Unfortunately, when it was time to present, I didn't do as well as I had hope. I never got to practice with the clicker before so I messed up my slides. I was so nervous I was shaking. I do that a lot. I was disappointed in myself. So the rest of the day dragged on painfully.
|Accomplished at least one thing here at Cornell|
At the very end of the day, Mark told us that we were going to take a picture, full out a group sheet, get our memos back and then we could leave, which meant there were no office hours. We took our picture--I was in the very front because I'm short-- and filled out the survey sheets. Then Sabrina handed me my graded memo. And lo and behold! I got an A! I was so surprised. I guess even though I didn't do well on my presentation at least I did have a good memo.
I walked back to my dorm feeling good--a little too good because instead of taking a nap, like I should have, I watched Neflix. I met up with my cohort and Mr. Chan-Law at 6:30 PM and we ate dinner. I tried Cornell chocolate pudding. It was tasty, better than a pudding cup.