I discovered yesterday that the campus can be slippery when wet. I was wearing cute boots with NO traction whatsoever, walked down the steps by my class in Welch Hall, and stepped onto the pebbly sidewalk. It was wet, and I ended up doing a half-splits.
We are ready to start a new friendship between every one of you all and me, but in order to do that we have to know more of each right?!!!. So, let me start by introducing myself:
My name is: Najeli. I am from Grand Prairie, Texas ( which is pretty close to Dallas).I’m 19. I have two older sisters and one younger brother. I am a second year Civil Engineering major ( I am nerd, lol j/k).
During my free time i love to:
*Hang out with my friends
*Play sports (volleyball is my favorite one)
*Go shopping (I am sure that every girl loves to go shopping)
*Read a good book.
In five years from today, I see myself as:
*An outstanding egineering, hopefully working for a prestigious company as Bechtel.
What about in ten years?
Well, in tern years i see myself married, with a beatiful family and of course leading my own Construction Firm
Something interesting about myself:
*I am bilingual, I speak Spanish and English.
I would really like to:
*Learn another language (Italian)
*Travel around the world and learn from other cultures.
NOW IT’S YOUR TURN, WRITE ME BACK AND TELL ME SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELVES.!!!!!!!!!!
Why would I be writing a blog when I already have so much to do?…so many meetings to go to (I’m actively involved with 5 different organizations), a job that requires a lot sometimes and little other times, and trying to keep up with all my classes and course work, which includes a practicum (a internship class that is taken while in school and not the summer)?
Last Saturday night, my best friend and I took a late night walk down to the capitol building. There we thought about and discussed our futures, what they hold, and what dreams we had coming into college that now can and cannot come true.
Your access has been granted into the life of …me!
I suppose I should first give a brief intoduction of myself. My name is Chrystal and I am a senior Computer Engineering major (graduating in May) from Houston,TX. I enjoy “playing” sports, music, dancing, reading, and about a million other things!
My name is Michelle. I’m a Cancer. I’m also a Junior Government major at the University of Texas at Austin.
Here’s to answer a couple of questions, you might have. I’ll cover the basics.
Where are you from?
I hail from Pearland, TX. It’s a small town outside of Houston.
Oof. The A&M game was just sad:( Poor Colt McCoy!! I wish people would not be so harsh on that guy, he’s a freshman with a TON of pressure on him. Anyway, my seats for the game were amazing, but I didn’t end up taking any pictures there because I was too sad the whole time. I’m still kinda sick, but slowly getting better. I’m also back in Austin, which means it’s time to doooo. . .homework!! Today’s agenda (or this evening’s, really,) includes an essay for my German class and LOTS of reading for RTF. I have 2 other essays to write, but I’ll probably save them for tomorrow. As promised, I have pictures today of my favorite campus locale! There are only 3 right now, but more to come, I’m sure.
I’m home in San Antonio for Thanksgiving break. I’m also a little sick; I suppose it comes with the territory of being super-busy and stressed. Luckily, I plan on actually getting some work done today in between family activities. I love seeing my family, especially my brother (since he’s the hardest to keep up with!)
As this is my first post on the LC blog, let me introduce myself a little and explain what it is about this project that made me want to get involved.
For as long as I can remember, school cafeterias have been the bane of my existence. It all started in elementary the Friday before Thanksgiving break, oddly enough. It was the first time I had forgotten my lunch, and I had to go all the way down to the office to get a lunch ticket, which was basically an I.O.U. (And their way of putting unsuspecting students into a hole of debt that they could never climb out of. Usury was forbidden in the middle ages for good reason if you ask this humble blogger.).