History in Everyday Life
This weekend was largely of no particular circumstance. After work, I had another new class this evening having dropped two weeks ago and then having a holiday. The replacement class I signed up for is called “History in Everyday Life.” Although this wasn’t the first session it very much felt like one, largely intentionally because the professor said half the students were knew so I suppose he was compelled to repeat himself. Since the material discussed was largely introductory, I’m not sure how well this class is going to turn out yet, which is unfortunate since we’re already three weeks into the semester.Later this evening I watched the president’s final State of the Union address. This being a republican president’s final year in office over a democratically controlled congress, his proposals were rather mild.