I've decided to maybe update my journal at the end of my semesters. Or sometime around there. (My spring semester ended 1.5 months ago. xD)
I hope everyone had a wonderful spring and beginning to their summer! We had mild weather here for quite a bit--in fact, we had such a beautiful end of spring!--but powerful thunder/lightning storms tore through the area this past week, and I believe there are more on the way. We haven't had too much damage here, but there are people to the south of me that are without power (and quite a number of them are going to be without power until Friday!) and have extensive damage to their properties. Scary, and humbling, stuff weather is.
So to update on my college journey, I'm now officially a double major. I'm a math and art double major. Insane? Maybe. I probably couldn't have picked two majors that are so dissimilar to each other, haha. I also decided that I am not going for the traditional 4-year route due to my majors--that would be crazy! I'm probably going to be taking at least 5 years to get my degrees.
So last semester I took Spanish, computer science (for beginners), calculus II, and a photography composition class. Of those classes, I would have to say the most challenging for me was the photography composition class. I had some issues with the first project (furthering my belief that group projects with deadlines are not my thing!), but things mostly settled down. I lived at the art building for a few projects. Calculus II and Spanish both kept me on my toes because they both required a bit of memorization and a lot of comprehension. I apparently enthused a lot about computer science after we started programming in C. I rather liked my course load this past semester; they weren't too challenging but they weren't too easy. That was definitely reflected in my GPA as I made it on the President's List for the semester.
This upcoming semester (after I take an Intro to Psychology course this summer), I'm taking calculus III, the third art composition class in the sequence, computer science, and linear algebra.
Ramble, ramble, ramble. I hope everyone is well!
(And, aw! I guess my journal skin didn't save. Oh well.)