That’s something I’ve been trying to figure out for a long time. Unfortunately I have yet to come up with the answer. Till then, you have to deal with endless ramblings of a slightly different caliber.
The ten days since my last post has brought little excitement, save for this weekend. I’m currently sitting on my precalc notebook and textbook, which are strategically placed atop my chair (for whatever reason I know not of). I’m also staring at my mess of a desk, half expecting it to clean and organize itself. So far, no good.
I went down to Vassar College with my aunt and grandmother to see my cousin, a senior, play rugby on Saturday. A beautiful day for the sport, indeed. I enjoyed watching the game very much… even convinced my cousin to put in a good word to the rugby coach if I was interested in applying to Vassar in the coming months (which I intend to do). I have no intention of retaking the SAT test at all, so I suppose I’ll need all the help I can get if I plan on applying to these higher-end schools.
I’m still a bit concerned about college. I no longer have the anxiety I did before about the regents exams… I learned Wednesday that I need not take the chemistry regents at all because all that is required is three science credits and two regents exams. So that helps. A lot.
I thought a lot about Vassar throughout last night and today. The campus is beautiful, the library is breathtaking, and I could really see myself attending the college for four years and enjoying myself in the process. I’m still considering majoring in photography or writing. I’d like to be able to fly corporate jets such as Citations or Gulfstreams for my main career while having something minor to fall back on. Can only focus on what I’m good at, I suppose.
I should probably pay less attention to writing in here and more attention to the two power points I’m supposed to be making. One on McCain and his economic policies and another one on quantum mechanics.
Politics = good… physics = not so good.
Such is life.