I didn't set the alarm last night when I went to bed about 12:30, assuming that I'd wake up maybe around 9:30 or 10. Fact is I woke up at 10:50, looked at the clock, and saw I had to be out of the building in 20 minutes if I wanted to make it to Tate on time, and really it'd be better if I could get out more like 11:05. Then about 11 I realized I needed to check what room my discussion was in, and its in Folwell, not Tate. So, I kept on getting ready, knowing I'd be a few minutes late. However, by the time I was ready to get out the door, it was already 11:15, meaning I'd be 15 minutes late to a 50 minute class, which just seemed rude... So I decided to skip discussion and go to the 12:20 lab (which is more important that lecture or discussion).
Did I make the wrong decision? Did the importance of my going to all classes because that's basically what causes me to fail classes overweigh the rudeness of missing a third of class?
Well, at least now I can get some calories before standing on my feet for two hours.
*does some reading before lab*