The week returning from Spring Break. . .was probably the longest week in existence.
What do I like about being a senior in college? The fact that I got first choice, along with other seniors, about which classes to take and at what time. For the past three semesters, my earliest classes have been at 11:00am, giving me plenty of sleep time. Life is good.
Hello, all. It is a rainy day here in Austin, Texas – and I love it!
I am missing Mexico so much! I went to Arteaga, Mexico during spring break. I went on a mission trip, but i really had a great time. We spent one week there doing bible school and playing with kids. I enjoyed my time in Arteaga, the people were so nice and thankful for all what we did for them.
After a well deserved spring break, I’m back in school to finish off the rest of the semester and finally graduate. As May approaches, I have been doing everything I have to do to graduate.
I got in!!! I am an Archer Fellow. I will be leaving for Washington D.C. in August.
There are not enough words to express the pure joy I feel. There’s something about seeing a great new opportunity right in front of you. It’s exciting, overwhelming, and heartbreaking all at the same time.
I can’t really think of any flowery and ultimately pointless and irrelevant introduction to the story I am about to tell, so I’ll just get right to it. My dad got married at the very beginning of spring break (a weekish ago, on Saturday). I did virtually every duty one can think of for a wedding participant, other than taking vows myself. I was the usher, the best man, and the guy who reads a really long prayer.
South by Southwest this year was absolutely rockin’. Instead of going day-by-day as I had initially intended, I’m going to mention some of my favorite moments!
I’ve discovered very quickly that when people leave the UT campus, as excited as I might immediately be to have peace and quiet, it gets super lonely very quickly.
Well, I’ve successfully taken all of my midterms. . .for THIS week.