1. My presentation in "Integrating Databases and Programming Languages" went really well. I was worried, because the paper I was covering was really dry, and there wasn't much to it. But we used it as a springboard for discussion, and before I knew it, the class was over and I hadn't gotten to half of my slides.
2. My homework that I was killing myself over last night was verified as correct by my professor, with only the suggestion that I remove an unnecessary set of parentheses. I did so, and it was accepted as "perfect".
3. In Logic, we have a pretty hefty participation grade. That means that you have to present a solution to a problem in front of the class at least once during the semester. I finally bit the bullet and did so today, with a pretty easy problem. I had a little difficullty, but on the whole I knew what I was talking about.
And now I'm moving into my new office.
Now you go.