mourning doesn’t wait for the weekend.
I went to my Physics professor and asked to take the exam right then and there so that I could leave and make it to my grandmother’s burial. I know it was against the policy for me to take the exam outside of the regular class time, but I think it was a valid enough reason. Afterwards I went straight to the cemetery. I didn’t run and shout the answer to every other physics student. Was it really that wrong of me to ask the teacher to go against the” Physics policy”?
and it’s only Thursday.
It’s truly been a rollercoaster this week starting with an Organic Chemistry exam on Monday, then an IPP exam Tuesday, only to hear Wednesday about the passing of my grandma of whom I truly miss right now.
This all means no time for live music this week. Only time set aside for attempted studying for my Friday Physics exam, and as terrible as it may seem with the intense school policies, mourning will have to wait until the weekend.
The first post has to be a good one, right?
I mean, it’s like a first impression, but it carries more weight. I can’t physically take you places and show you things, but instead I will attempt draw you in with my own unique combination of words, and do you want to know the advantage of blogging? Blogs are on the internet. I mean seriously. Think about it.
With the internet you can go anywhere.
It’s beyond cool; it’s like magic. The internet can show you great things. You can waste time, learn, and see the world all at once. And the best thing yet? It connects people.
“We’re all social animals,” my psychology teacher used to repeat everyday, and it couldn’t be more true. We crave the attention of others as we strive to share our experiences with one another. Thus, here I am writing from my seat in a very long physics course hoping to share some fun news with you (soon).