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To do list [Aug. 22nd, 2003|11:56 pm]
Kurt Onstad
[Current Mood |determineddetermined]
[Current Music |My December - Linkin Park]

Updated as of Sunday at 11pm:

  • clean out car (throw out all trash, take a vacuum to the inside and windex the inner windshield)
  • clean bathroom (shower, sink, mirrors, toilet, and floor)
  • clean bedroom (throw out all trash, organize clothes/garb, get all boxes off of floor and into specific locations)
  • find workout routine for myself (concentrating on arms and upper body)
  • stick to said workout routine (this will never be fully crossed out, since it's ongoing)
  • write quizzes for Lord of the Flies for work
  • finish writing Of Mice and Men curriculum for work
  • finish requirements for first level Gabriel (only AOKPers will understand that one)

Hopefully, at least two more of those will be crossed off by the end of this weekend, as well as the two that are partially crossed off being completely crossed off. (4pm Sat. The two that were partially crossed off are now completely crossed off).

Anyone who wants to help with any of the above, please let me know. (ars_bushido, you still have hours you owe me, as does ardanach's older brother [the real life one, not the AOKP one obviously...])

Anyone who has sarcastic comments for me about getting organized and getting stuff in my life done can stick them up their collective asses...


[User Picture]From: euphoricone
2003-08-23 01:30 am (UTC)
lord of the flies is one of my fav novels ever. whats needed on the quiz?
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[User Picture]From: speedball
2003-08-23 10:29 am (UTC)


Those are pretty simple. I just need to make 10 vocab questions, and five standard reading comprehension questions (one or two sentence answers, no essays). One quiz will be for Chapters 5-8, and the other will be for 9-12. The Ch. 1-4 quiz was already created by a different teacher.

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[User Picture]From: particle_man
2003-08-24 08:27 am (UTC)
Thanks to the pointer to the Isometric program. I've gotten out of shape and want to get back into it and remember Isometrics being used as part of my physical therapy after a car wreck at the age of 12.

From what I remember it's easy to do and results can be seen after only a few weeks. Combined with a basic resistance program for my upper body I should be well on my way.
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[User Picture]From: speedball
2003-08-24 01:37 pm (UTC)
Glad I could help. I was looking for a workout program that could be performed without any equipment, and this one fits the bill.

Oh, and it's definitely a workout. I'm following the "MWF-Upper Body and TThS-Legs" routine.

My legs are sore today...

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[User Picture]From: eowyn42
2003-08-24 09:44 am (UTC)

english stuff

In case you don't know about it all ready:
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[User Picture]From: speedball
2003-08-24 01:35 pm (UTC)

Re: english stuff

Thanks! That's getting bookmarked...

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