It's the second day of school, and I'm beginning to understand that sometimes you drop a class not because you dislike the class, but because the class is at an extremely inconvenient time.
I like Copy Editing so far, after only one class, but I do not like the four hour wait after Copy Editing ends and TV Production begins. I'm certainly not dropping my TV Editing class. Copy Editing is more of a print journalism class and while its concepts are useful, and I wanted to get a detailed grasp on them, I must confess that my patience will not allow for a daily extended wait on hard benches in a loud corridor.
I tried to make the wait less interminable by visiting a nearby cafe and working on my laptop and going through my textbooks, but that only lasted for about an hour before I couldn't abide sitting there any longer. Over the course of a semester, that would get expensive.
No. Logic suggests that I needs must drop my Copy Editing class. My worry is that I will not be able to find something to replace it. All of the classes I want to take are full. I can only hope that someone drops a class I want making room for me.
Either way, my decision has been made. Say goodbye to Copy Editing. What would be juicy is if I could replace that class with something like After Effects.