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Whoa, time flys
Man oh Man, being away for about three weeks is killer. I studied throughout break but even then it wasn’t the same, I feel like I am not on top of my game. Programming has been ratcheted it up tremendously to the point where I am going to have to add at least an hour our two of work for that class. Writing is fun though I missed that class talking about whatever we read, we just read about careers and jobs and how to decide if you need a change. It was pretty much like a self help book, although I really enjoyed it; one common theme I noticed throughout all the chapters was Risk. It is very interesting that they all touched on risk; because it is outside of your comfort zone and because of that you will learn something about yourself.
One thing I definitely missed was my friends here at RIT, I did enjoy seeing old friends but my new one’s are a lot of fun and just not hanging out with them was weird. For instance my Spinning class (think cycling) is a lot of fun with my good friend Brian, enjoy that class a lot, there is a lot of electronic music playing and we both love that kind of music so we completely love working hard and swaying to the music, alas I need to get going I have about 5 hours of work I need to get done for tomorrow, all due tomorrow and a big test. Cya
-The coolest dude ever