Snow. We actually got a like 1.5" of snow. Thank god for it to, because my Saturday morning religions class was cancelled and the teacher, overjoyed by the Saints victory and thrilled that he would not have to wake up early on Saturday gave us a one week extension on our Buddhism research papers.
Kinda bored right now, which is bad because the boredom has led me to play Farmville on Facebook (yes Ryan, I did kinda enjoy it) and research residency programs. I try not to think too much about my future, at least not beyond the classes I'm taking right now, because every time I do I realize the daunting task ahead of me. Somehow I have to raise my GPA from a 2.88 to a 3.7 and also live enough of a life outside of that to impress the admissions committee at Emory. Then IF I get in, I have to maintain fantastic grades because both specialties I am considering have extremely competitive residency programs.
Whatever. Everyone keeps asking me how married life is...I don't understand this. Does anyone actually think I'm gonna say "It's terrible"?
It's not. It's wonderful.
School on the other hand is not. Word to the wise...never study two different languages at the same time. Also, if you're going to study a foreign language just study Spanish. It is SO much easier than French and is infinitely more useful.
I've just learned (in the last 10 minutes) that the term "long-distance speed-skating" is an oxymoron. Screw you Olympic coverage for trying to get me excited in this crappy event.
That's it for now.