Most Things End, Unfortunately

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…

Even with all of the great amounts of fun I was able to have, I think that this year will be missed. I made some excellent friends while I was down at BYU and I had a ton of fun with all of them. Some of the most notable individuals I’ve inducted into my circle of friends are some of the most awesome people I’ve ever met (one of them even has a tumblr with loads of nerdy stuff and another has a pretty awesome blog full of spiritual things). I’ve been truly blessed to meet all of these wonderful individuals over the course of the past few months.

Unfortunately, this year has come to an end and I’ve had to bid farewell to many of my new friends. It is going to be a long, but worthwhile 2 years as I prepare to head to the mission field to serve the Lord. I know that I’ll see many of them again when I return, but it is rather sad that I won’t be able to see them for a whole 2 years. Life is funny like that: we meet awesome people, and then we have to leave them. Hopefully, I’ll be able to be reunited with all of my wonderful friends that I’ve come to know, as I would love to see them again.

This summer should be a very good one. The family and I are going to go to Disneyland next month, so you should expect loads of pictures and blog updates from me in regards to that event. I’ll do my best to make this blog more interesting so that you guys won’t get bored with me and my posting. I’ll also get this theme done soon so that I can have a more personal looking website to showcase more of my stuff. So yeah.

Maybe it’ll rain tomorrow.

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I am just an abnormal normal guy that loves the Internet, physics, and lots of other great and wonderful things. Though I don't seem it, I enjoy writing about whatever interests me.

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