And I am no where near done with it. I'm not complaining, I enjoy my time there, but I feel a little far behind compare to some of my friend who will be graduating this winter or next summer. I got some classes, most of them are art classes with one government class. I'm not sure if I'm going to keep all of them, but at the same time I feel like I really need them. Everyone around me is telling me to finish my G.E. first, but if they were in my situation where I've only been able to take mostly one art class per semester while others can take two, maybe they would see it a little differently. I didn't take any special classes in high school and I had to take a few remedial classes once I got to college. I had to complete my foreign language requirement as well. Maybe I'll only have a couple of years left there, but for now I'll see how this week will play out.
It will be pretty busy here for the next couple of months. This semester will truly determine if my work ethic is good. I have an art teacher who give roughly three homework projects per night. One big project will be over a 100 giant drawings in less than about three weeks. It will also determine if I want to continue working at my part-time job. Again, everyone around me is telling me to keep my job, but as some of you guys are aware I'm ready to move on to another job. I'm pretty wise about my money, shopping at thrift stores, using the library to borrow books, and usually trying to make sure my gas tank doesn't hit the half way mark. I'm trying to eat a bit healthier now too so that way I have more energy this semester and feel positive as well, so that means making lots of yummy salads. Hello food blogs. They are so addicting. I already made about five recipes on a couple of them. One of them I make a lot for my dad and I when its just the two of us.
In other news, my little sister is now in college out of town. She's the first one of us kids who decided to live in a dorm and attend a beach college. I haven't talked to her, mainly because she hasn't called me and I've been working pretty late shifts too. But, my mom said she told her that I was the wisest out of all three kids to stay home. I feel bad that she misses home, but I hope she will be strong and at least make it through the semester to see if this really was the right school for her.
My older brother is back from his internship as well. He's officially a college graduate. He moved back in with us last Tuesday and already my mom is telling him to clean his room. XD We've been getting along pretty well, but then again he usually like to hangout with his girlfriend more than us. I'm not sure what his plans are, but I know he will continue to work for my school a bit longer. So, we might run into each on campus.
Sacanime just passed and I had a very good time. I cosplayed as Lara Croft on Saturday. I didn't get any autographs this time, mainly because a lot of them were charging and I didn't want to spend money on that when the past ones I got for free. I was surprised to run into a couple of friends I haven't seen in a while and see some classmates selling there art as well. One of my friends went for the very first time and loved it as well. After I posted a few photos, I has a couple of friends say they were interested in going. Yay! One thing I love seeing at the cons is running into old cosplayers and seeing their cosplays improve. The panels were a little disappointing, because they mostly revolved around the fandoms, while the past cons had a bit more exciting themes. Overall, I'm glad I went. It made me realize that I want to attend more conventions as well. So, maybe I'll attend some next year. Fingers crossed.
That's it for me. How have you guys been?