Otherwise known as “In the Groove”.
This morning, I walked into my Sensation and Perception class, head phones in and National Geographic in hand. Being the first one into the classroom (I’m always early), I was noticed by my teacher who managed to remember my name and ask how I was doing. Trivial chit chat lead to the fact that neither of us could believe it was Friday. Honestly, it feels like I’ve been back to classes for a month.
I thought it would take an extra week to get used to everything, and maybe it will. But with schedules and being with my house mates, things are back to normal. Granted, my study habits need recharged (procrastination has been major this week), but I’m hoping to get some work done during this weekend.
Speaking of, this weekend is extended because of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and guess what the house is doing to celebrate? Asian Movie Day. Quite exciting. We have a list of Asian films, we’ll order Chinese food for dinner, and maybe we’ll even wear some Asian-inspired outfits. Cultural, yes? So far, our films to watch include Memoirs of a Geisha, Slumdog Millionaire, Mulan, and three other films (one is a French film about Vietnam, and the other two are about China). Sure, it may not be exactly what MLK Jr was going for, but it is a celebration of culture. And that’s what I find exciting.
Meanwhile, it’s off to the rest of my classes for this Friday (German and Physics). Can’t wait until I get my general education classes over with and can start my studio art minor!
Update: I’d like to bring to attention that the name of this blog has changed from “Missi’s World” to “Missi(world)”. Sorry to those who have been having trouble finding the blog. My hope to you is that, now that I have typed in Missi’s World into a blog, you will now be able to search for either name in a Google search. Terribly sorry to those who have not been able to find me.