My pieces are from Mabel in An Ideal Husband by Oscard Wilde, and Lydia in Big Love by, you guessed it, Charles Mee. I was actually given the Mee monologue by a classmate and friend, Dee Kremer. She had a whole stack of monologues she liked in her folder. What a good idea. I'ma have to steal that idea over the summer.
The second final is for Cells Genes and Molecules, or Cells Genes and Monocles as I once slipped out and shall be forever coining it. My friend Sam said if he ever taught a class about the history of genetics or some such, he'd call it that. In any case, I haven't studied, but it's cumulative. I've absorbed a good deal of info from it over the course, and I belieeeeeeeve in myself. I'll pass it.
So, I also have work before all these finals. My schedule is something like 9:30-11:30, 12:30-2:30, 2:45-4:45, 5-7. Phew. When shall I eat? Not a clue. But with the way that my stress builds and builds, I wouldn't be able to eat anyway, even if there were breaks. That one break from 11:30-12:30 is gonna be the one time I eat, and I hope to hell that I'm hungry by then.