Saturday, May 30, 2009

I'm back.

I've realized how distracting the media is.
I don't like it.
But I'm back.
I'll write more later.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

I won't be blogging for 2 weeks.

I'm taking a break from all things Media.

That, for me, includes blogging.

I'll see you in 2 weeks.

Bye :)


Saturday, May 16, 2009

Roller Coaster? Slightly

I feel like I'm on a roller coaster. The reality of University in the fall is slowly dawning on me. It is incredibly exciting and at the same time is nerve-wracking. I've already picked my courses! I know the day, the time, the length, the name, everything.

I have no idea what to expect. It's just going to be SO different from High school. I think that's a good thing.
It'll take some getting used to.

I don't know where we're going
I just know we're going together
And this'll be the journey of a lifetime
I can tell already
So let's go, let's go, let's go wherever you want to take me
Take me, take me, wherever you want to
And I know that there's no going back, no going back.
No we're going forward.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Guess what I'm doing??!!!

Studying for math. Again.

I have a vectors test tomorrow, and so far I've probably spent close to 4 hours studying for the test (that of course is split up over 2 days).

I decided to take a break from my textbook and lead pencils and take some time to tell you the perils of my math-filled life.

If I knew that this course would be so completely time consuming I never would have signed up for it. But since I can't see into the future, I of course didn't know that.

All I know, is that this course is definitely teaching me stuff about work ethic, and independent learning, and all that good stuff.

I feel like I'm slowly entering into the sentimental stage of being a Gr. 12 graduating in just over a month. All of the sudden I'm getting extremely nostalgic.

But I don't have time to explain my feelings.... because ..... THERE'S MAAATHHHH TO DO!!!! (smiles sarcastically) - Story of my life.

If I tell you that I'm taking a math course next year in University out of my own free will, I give you the liberty to smack me on the upside of the head.

Math is my life. At least for the next 18 days (not including weekends... or the exam) oh well. Yes.... I'm counting.


Sunday, May 10, 2009

This was inspiring for me.

"But I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me. I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prie for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus. All of us who are mature should take such a view of things."
Philippians 3:12-15

I've felt out of control lately. I've felt stressed out. I've felt frustrated. I've felt like I can't make it and I can't finish what I need to finish.

I spent this past weekend in Boston celebrating my dad's graduation. My dad completed his
Doctor of Ministry and his commencement was this weekend in Massachusetts at the Gordon- Conwell Seminary.

Seeing a graduation like this has made me realize that my time is coming. But first I need to get through these next few weeks.
And I don't have to do it alone.

I'll make it. It'll be tough. But I'll make it.


Thursday, May 07, 2009

I'm still tired.

Tomorrow I am leaving for Boston with my entire family.
We will be getting into the car at 5am tomorrow morning and making the long 10 hour trip down to Gordon Cornwell to see my daddy graduate. Yay!
I'm pretty excited. Even though being crammed in a car with my family members is not always the most amazing thing. It'll be alright. I have my new Macbook which plays movies... yea!

I'm pretty frustrated with my Vectors course right now. I keep asking myself why I'm in that class. I don't need the credit to graduate. It won't even be in my top 6 marks. There is actually no point for me to be there. Yet, here I am, doing hours of homework every night. 21 more days of class and homework, and then the exam and I'll be finished.
I suppose you could say that it will build character. Or teach me how to learn. Or be independent or something.
But right now it's just a pain in the rear-end.


Monday, May 04, 2009

I need to think about nothing for a change.

I think we all should just take a break.
A break from everything.
Go up to a cottage somewhere in the middle of nowhere
And sleep in a hammock all day long.
Put on a sweater if it gets a little chilly
Eat comfort food
Curl up with a good book
And forsake facebook for at LEAST a week.
Listen to nature sounds
And just let our minds settle.

No more math.
No more ISU's.
No more homework.
No more 'Rumors'
No more working.
No more prom.
No more facebook.
No more choir.
No more stress.
No more responsibility.
I just need a break!
But... in reality I won't be getting one for quite some time.

Saturday, May 02, 2009

Walk to remember is still one of my all time favourite movies.
It never gets old.
Sorry to those who don't agree.
I'm utterly exhausted.
I have been singing for two days straight and really just need a break.
Tomorrow I'll be in the pool for 8 hours to do my NLS recert.

My weekends are ending up being busier than my week at school.
Something is not right here.

Yea. Nothing else to write here.