Ok, so I’m new at this whole blogging thing. Not sure how or what to do. But I’m just gonna go, and hope its an exciting ride!
This dilemma has been part of my slowness in posting, but to be honest, I also noticed the rush of moving-in posts, and thought a later one could give a perspective.
See, this is what I learn in college. How to say I’m not procrastinating in bigger and more convincing words.
Probably. Then again, I do like to stay busy. I seem to be a little late coming out of the starting gate with my first blog post of the year, but I hope you’ll forgive me. So far school is going great! I remember coming here as a freshman last year and feeling somewhat intimidated and lost. This year, however, moving into the mods and meeting up with old friends has made the beginning of the semester completely different. I’m living in 6c with most of my closest friends from last year, which has gone swimmingly so far. I’m happy to have a good group of guys to live/hang out with. Being a sophomore has sort of taken the edge off of moving in and starting college too, since I’ve already done this once.
Already a week into the semester, and I’ve got it! This semester my workload is actually surprisingly light–I’m barely full time. One might think that I have it easy (and I thought I did before classes started) but I don’t feel that way.
Whew!! It’s the end of the first week of classes, and I must say I am rather exhausted. Being a junior is hard work! I decided I wanted to be an English major last year, but my schedule is a lot more English-heavy this year. Since I am also getting a teaching license, I had mostly education classes last year. This semester I only have one education class and THREE English classes. This means a LOT of reading every night and soon lots of writing. But I guess that’s what happens when you’re an English major!
Moving back on campus was fun, exciting, and nerve racking all at the same time. I really didn’t know what to expect being that I have not seen anyone over the summer, and did not know what the people on my hall would be like. However due to many, many hall meetings I got know a bit about each person on my hall–that helped ease a lot of my nervousness. Being back on campus has been fun because I have reunited with my old buddies and met some new ones already.
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