Yeah, this is one of those posts where I talk about one of the weird things that I’ve been doing. I’m not going to get into technical details about how I did all that I did, but man was this an adventure.
Category: My Life
The category that contains most of my posts that have to deal with my life. You will probably find a lot of life events here. If you aren’t really a fan of just bloggy stuff, think again! I will make my posts as interesting as possible.
So I apparently can’t move out of state because my family depends on my intimate knowledge of technology. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that I am not the most knowledgeable person with technology, and I’m not an IT guy. I just know enough to help fix all of my family’s problems. So I guess I can’t leave as the Family Tech Support dude.
One of the strangest things for me has been getting my bachelor’s degree in physics. Honestly, over the last few years, I have been terrified of the things that come with being a physics major. I just hated the things that were involved with being a physics major, from research to talking with others about science. It was really eating at me how much others seemed to exceed beyond me.
Well, fortunately for me, I finally hit my stride this year.
The end of an era has arrived. I can’t believe how something I’ve done for more than a third of my life is over. Yesterday was my final performance as a member of a Marching Band. I’m really going to miss it.
“Holding a cat by the tail teaches us things we can’t learn any other way.”
So, in case you didn’t know, I just spent a week at Disneyland with my family last month. We had loads of fun and I learned a lot about the park and the people that go there. For a brief rundown of my adventures, head inside this here post. I have some articles that I’ll be writing soon about how to be successful in Disneyland, as there were many things that make the trip super enjoyable.
Yes, I am recovering from a cold. I really quite despise them.
On Saturday, my sister and I went and planted the seeds necessary for our family garden which we have in our awesome backyard. After cleaning up the yard, we proceeded to mix up the soil, re-grid the boxes, and proceed to plant the seeds. It was quite the adventure of planting and watering.
So, it has been a few weeks now since the end of the semester, and I can proudly say that I am doing well and being rather productive. I’ve got my job back at Burbidge & White as a runner. It is loads of fun, and is a very good job to have for the summer before I head out on my mission. It is a great thing to have a job for the summer so that I don’t just waste my time away doing nothing.
Well, I did it. I made it through my hardest semester of school yet. It was a pretty challenging time for me, but I was able to power through the last few weeks of school. As I predicted, exams were very hard and took a lot of time. For my physics 123 exam, I was in the testing center for 3 hours and 15 minutes working as hard and as fast as I could. It was a very challenging test, but I feel that I did pretty well given the amount of time it took me to take the test. The other tests weren’t quite as challenging, but they posed a challenge as well. College work sucks…