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I’m going to miss it here

I haven’t updated in a while but it’s never too late! Another semester starting and I’m excited as always. Breaks are always good but I really like my courses! I know I’m going to miss it here soon :(

New semester is approaching quickly – I have been enjoying my break too much!

I have really been enjoying my break a lot! I had a great visit with my parents and I went to see my sister in California. I really miss her sometimes and I wish I could spend more time with her. Love you, Sis! I’m thinking about applying to graduate schools in California but I have some time before I really even have to think about that. Here’s to another successful semester!

Exams – Stressed!

That’s all! Just stressed!

Sailing is my new love!

My Newest Love!!!

For weeks now I have been learning to sail and I am really loving it :) I wish I had discovered this when I was a bit younger. My instructor is amazing and I am learning so much! I want to thank my instructor and all the other students that have been helping me!

Love you guys!

I love this place!

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Wow!!! See an astronomical triple play when a rare total solar eclipse occurs on the same day as the vernal equinox, and a supermoon makes an appearance.

See an astronomical triple play when a rare total solar eclipse occurs on the same day as the vernal equinox, and a supermoon makes an appearance!!!

From National Geographic!
Friday, March 20, will see an astronomical triple play when a rare total solar eclipse occurs on the same day as the vernal equinox, and a supermoon makes an appearance.

A total eclipse occurs when the moon comes between Earth and the sun, casting a lunar shadow onto the Earth’s surface along a narrow, 62-mile-wide (100-kilometer) path. Because this “black hole” effect lasts for only a couple of minutes, totality ends up being a truly rare event for any single spot on Earth—occurring about once every three centuries for each geographical location.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/03/150318-total-solar-eclipse-equinox-supermoon-astronomy-spring/

February 13th – Friday the Thirteenth!

I am finished for the week and I am going to be visiting with my family who is in town for the weekend :-) I am so excited to see everyone and spend time after another tough week! They will be here in a couple hours and I am very happy because, while I am not a overly superstitious person, I don’t really like them traveling on Friday the 13th! I talked to them a few minutes ago and everything was fine!

I’m so happy it’s Friday!

TGIF! What a long week. I have so much work to do but I can’t wait to rest a bit this weekend. This week seemed like it was never going to end. This weekend is needed!

Ancient Greek Myths

This is by far the coolest, yet most difficult class I have ever taken as an elective! I am really enjoying it and I am considering taking more mythology courses in the future. It is a nice break from my other courses.

School Starts Again!

I’m very excited to have started school again and I am looking forward to sharing some of the information from my courses throughout the year! I can’t believe how much work I have already had thrown on me. I’m up to the challenge!