Monday, October 16, 2006

I met a guy on the red eye

So, that was an interesting weekend.
I went over to Karli's on Fri and we watched X-Men 3, came home around 11.
Sat: took care of crap I had to do around the house, went to campus for a psych experiment, realized I left something at home that I wanted for later during the funddrive, so I went back home after the psych experiment, and then came back to campus to help out with the WOI funddrive. That took up the rest of the evening. Got to help mom and dad get ready for their thing tonight.
Sun: went to La Porte City for my grandma's 90th birthday, got to visit with my cousins. I kinda wish my cousin Chris was there, also wish someone else was there. But it was fun to get together with the family and chat/eat/be merry.
Of course after we got home, I realized I had to write 2 phil papers, so I stayed up til Midnight doing one, finished that during my hr break today. Wrote the other one just before class.
I've decided I'm really sick of school, I don't seem to care about it anymore (I'm pretty sure I've complained about this before). Course it's not just school, it's responsibilities that I have to deal with right now.
Did you know? Two months from today I graduate? How scary is that?

4 comments:

Goddess said...

With your upcoming graduation, I'm going to bestow upon you one piece of advice: do not put your passion on hold and work a job just to pay the bills. You would be amazed at how long those sorts of jobs go on. Find your passion and listen to your inner voice, and your work and your passion will be one.
Sign me,
Stuck in a job the last 5 years just to pay the bills

WW said...

I've already given up on the job that my passion is in.

Goddess said...

You just got started!!!

WW said...

No, actually my passion has been festering (kinda sounds like a sore) since about 7th grade when I had job shadowing day. I've been thinking about it since then, I've known what it takes for that job, and now (actually awhile ago) I know I'm never going to have that job.
It's just fact.