I've been struggling to think of a next blog post because of how boring I am, but luckily there are other people in my program who are not which sparked a good topic that I do not think has been covered. SAFETY.
I know what you are thinking. And, believe me, I thought it too. For starters, my blog title is a bit cliche (and lame-o). But, if you can move past that, it's hard NOT to notice the signs of spring all around us: Birds chirping their brains out at 6am and prematurely waking me up; trees budding; tulips beginning to push up through the ground; grass turning green, consistent 50-60 degree weather and the lovely April rain showers that produce May flowers.
Well I am officially over this weather and this quarter (and I haven't even taken a midterm yet), so obviously I am looking onward to all the joys of spring quarter on campus:
For two Thursday nights in a row, it has snowed. And for two Thursday nights in a row, I've had the wonderful privilege of getting stuck in traffic on 315N. My once modest 15 min drive to OSU campus has now turned into 40+ mins, with 20 min of that drive being the last 2 miles. I don't know if its just me, but sometimes I feel like I'm the only one in Columbus who knows how to drive in the snow. Now that might sound like a really bold statement. And it is. Because growing up in South Dakota, it was a prerequisite to drive in snow - and lots of it. After living in Ohio for the past ye
- Timeline: Saturday evening I see: perfectly clear skies I hear: Beyoncé I smell: chicken and curry (yum…) I feel: a LOT of pain. - Let me summarize my spring quarter: I’m taking six classes (yes, SIX classes) and I have a different group for each one of them. This has been most challenging, especially given that it’s a radical change from the model that we had followed for the first two quarters, in which we worked primarily with our core team. -