Thursday rolls around and I forgot to bring my COMPLETED biology assignment with me to class. I also couldn't complete my part of the group project since neither the computers in the Natural Science and Mathematics Computer Lab, nor the ones in the University Library, had the software I needed in order to complete said assignment. Then today, I was late to Chem lecture by (no hyperbole) 1 minute and was unable to turn in my completed homework because of said tardiness. I also didn't read last night because of the season premier of LOST and having everyone over, and of course we had a quiz today on the reading. It's not the university's fault for not having the software; I should have checked first. It's certainly not the professor's fault; his rules were made clear on the first day of class.
It's my fault. There is no one to blame but me. (and maybe JJ Abrams)
This is unsat, and has been a problem for my entire academic career. When I was in 5th grade I forgot my completed homework assignments so much that my teacher punished me with detention and sentences. I left those at home the day I was supposed to turn them in, too lol. It's not that I didn't do the assigned work--its just that I would leave it at home. I'm just air headed like that, I suppose.
I have to figure out how to stay on top of all my various assignments and their schedules; how to wake up early with enough time to eat, shower, and to ride to school; how to remember to shove all my necessary crap for that day' classes into my backpack....
These are skills I should have had a long time ago, but there's no sense in beating myself up over it. Just do better and be better next time.