1) Wake-up to a cat screaming in the hall. Calm cat and realize you can't get back to sleep.
2) Check e-mail. Find e-mail from Academic VP about low enrollments.
3) Go to newly re-organized college website.
4) Look at class enrollments.
5) See only 3 of expected 4 classes (side note, 1 class course release for being department chair is bogus... )
6) panic -- how can they register for classes if I'm not even listed in the course list?
7) Wonder which of the adjunct faculty classes I can snag and still make it to Red State on weekends.
8) Worry that when they changed the schedule, that class didn't get back into the system.
9) Look at notes from syllabus-writing to see if I have info for it, as that would have come from the internet -- plan to use it as proof of the class previously existing...
10) Worry that when I requested a room change, the dean's assistant deleted the class instead.
11) Realize that the new system only shows available classes, i.e. classes with at least 1 seat open.
12) Think that this system sucks, as I use it for my informal advising and as such it won't show me all the classes being taught... sigh.
13) Wander around the newly designed website until I find the class-list function.
14) Sign in, hoping I'm remembering my ID number.
15) See 4 classes listed, which calms my panic...
16) Go back to bed...