Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Bob

Well, I gotta say that this unit has been tough for me. Have to chalk that up to only getting to about 10 to 15 done in the homework, but it took me a long time and you just lose your will after a while. Well have started getting back on the horse the last couple of days and have finished up a portion of the homework I haven't done. Coupled with some hardcore studying tonight, tomorrow at my spare and lunch I figure I can pull an 80. I really do get the straight up rules for the derivatives, just identifying what I have to do in question is still my problem. Well good luck every1.

3 comments:

Lani said...

Hi Grey-M,

You mentioned that "Have to chalk that up to only getting to about 10 to 15 done in the homework, but it took me a long time and you just lose your will after a while."

This is one of my favorite quotes form Winston Churchill. What do you think?

"Every day you may make progress. Every step may be fruitful. Yet there will stretch out before you an ever-lengthening, ever-ascending, ever-improving path. You know you will never get to the end of the journey. But this, so far from discouraging, only adds to the joy and glory of the climb."

Best,
Lani

Grey-M said...

hello Lani,

That is a great quote! I must say though this class is no road spreading out before us, it is a cliff and we have to work for every handhold to reach the pinnacle of knowledge required even with Mr.K hauling us up in every manner and every way. The effort is more than worth it though because as that quote states "adds to the joy and glory of the climb." and what a climb this is.

Ciao,
Graeme

Lani said...

Hi Graeme,

Thanks for the reply! I can truly say that I can relate to the concept of a "cliff" and hope you know how much I admire your group as they grasp each handhold. I know that Mr. K. has you carefully belayed!

Best,
Lani