The title of this blog is about the range of sounds I currently make while trying to speak. I’m not sick, but I have no voice! MY 301k professor called on me during class, and all traces of it vanished entirely. Everyone else found it rather amusing.
Ha, and to refer to my last post, procrastination is killing me!!! That 5-page essay that is due tomorrow…. Sooooo not happening! Thankfully, the professor offers 1-week extensions if we go to the Undergraduate Writing Center, so guess where I’ll be tomorrow!? Do not do what I do!!! Lol. Get your work done! Thankfully for me, I can now not freak out about that essay and not stay up until three trying to finish it!
Tonight, hopefully, will be a good night! Last night was my first Kerbey Lane, and it was delicious! Everyone’s gotta try it! Mi amiga Olivia swears by their tomato pie, which still sounds gross, but she claims it to be amazing. Tonight there is a special at Chipotle, which some friends and I plan on taking advantage of. I’ve never been, but it’s supposed to be good!!
Ok, there was a bit of a break in between that last paragraph and this one, so I shall let the world know that Chipotle was very good, and very fattening. I must make a mental note to work out tomorrow. Bleh. As much as I hate to sweat. Which, during these summer months is practically unavoidable, sadly. Be prepared should you decide to attend UT. I mean, it’s still awesome. Just….. Heat waves!!! Ugh. Just waiting in the massive line today at Chipotle was super intense.
Back to school work though, I completed another programming assignment. This one was quite interesting to me, since I’m a beginner. For all you awesome programmers out there, kudos! The assignment was to write the lyrics to The 12 Days of Christmas while trying to reduce redundancy. I found it rather fun!! I’m sure things will get much harder, but it’s nice to think that it will stay this easy and care-free. I will be honest: the idea of the first mid-terms already coming up scares me to death!! Hopefully I’ll be ok, with lots of studying. I’m still super nervous though. :/
This is a short blog, but I must end this. I am rather tired from a long, fun day at the coolest school in the nation. <3 you all!!!
September 13th, 2010
The B-ster here bringing you my relatively weekly update on college life here at University At Texas Austin Of. I scrambled that to keep you on your toes, hope you figured out what I meant. So, this week was the first big game! I didn’t go, but the game did effect me deeply. It nearly moved me to tears when I found out I had to move my just-moved car from the garage I was parked in to someplace else. The only problem was, the place I picked (lot 107) was the lot that they shoot you on sight if they see you trespassing or something. Okay, so it’s less of a “shoot you on sight” thing and more of a “tow your car if a flake of paint from it falls on the assphalt of the parking lot.” After being greatly disappointed by that, I set out to Brazos garage to find out where I could park! They told me to go to San Antonio Garage, and after missing San Antonio street and hitting Lamar Street I managed to get there! Surprise! It was supposed to be 27th street garage! No problem, that’s only very difficult to get to from San Antonio Garage, but not impossible. The good news is, 27 is my favorite number. The bad news: it was located at the bottom of two relatively steep hills and about 30 minutes uphill away from my dorm.
Surprisingly, that wasn’t a Thursday. This Thursday, aside from it being a Thursday, wasn’t too bad. I got to see the (new) Karate Kid over at the Student Union for free! Apparently they show movies over there for free all the time or something, so I should probably head over there more often. Longhorn Lockpicking club had another meeting, but I didn’t get to spend much time with that due to it being on a Wednesday which was “Hi! You get to do everything today!”day. The worst part is, I forgot everything I did wednesday, but I can assure you it was quite a busy day. I really should write down what I do every day, because I know if you’re reading this you are absolutely dying to know. Speaking of dying, as I write this I have like 3 things due on 9/14, and several things do this week. College work is really starting to actually feel like work. Speaking of work, I should really get a job. I’d like to have a little spending money to spend on Definitely-Not-Videogames. Y’know, important things like… food. Food counts as more than one thing, thank you very much.
Friday was excellent aside from the 2 and a half hours I spent trying to park; you don’t get to find out why but I’ll just say that it was easily the best day of the week. Saturday I hung out with some friends all day and we played Soul Caliber II on my Wii! I finally got my Wii working, though I still can’t figure out how to get Netflix to work on it. My apologies if this blog wasn’t as humorous or long as my last two, but parking really took all the funny out of me. Seriously! It’s like flying on an airplane only to find out the airplane you are flying on has been replaced with a bagel and the pilots with very cheap, unspreadable, moldy cream cheese. It’s frightening, disgusting, and you wonder how you even wound up there in the first place.
Anyway, till next week, I’ll see you around (no, seriously, watching you.),
The ‘B’s have Eyes.
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September 13th, 2010