Happy Sunday everyone! I know you all must be getting excited that the holidays are just right around the corner! Being that I am a senior, some of my classes are not scheduled for next week (or we are supposed to do independent work). This means…. I get to go home for thanksgiving break early!!! Whoohoo! I am so excited because since I have been at CU, I have never had an extra 2-3 days of thanksgiving break. I definitely need to start packing! Sometimes (unintentionally), I leave packing to the last minute and always seem to forget something.
Hello Everyone! Can you believe its already November?! Time flies here at college! I had a bunch of midterms and papers due this past week. I also started a major group project that involves research and observation. Thankfully, this upcoming week is going to be an easy one! Yesterday (Saturday), I went up snowboarding!! One of reasons I decided to attend CU Boulder was due to the location. Being just a short drive away from amazing ski resorts is awesome. Back home in California, I had to drive about 4 ½ hours to get up to the mountains, so driving 1 ½ to 2 hours seems like nothing!
Despite how crazy busy this time of the semester has been, I still made time for celebrating Halloween. And in case you were wondering, I ended up wearing a pair of Minnie Mouse ears and a black dress for the few events I attended at which I dressed up - I wanted to dress for the occasion, but not draw too much attention to myself. I feel like senior year it's less about the costume preparation and more about pooling the resources you already have to put together a costume - we have to save that money for grad school, you know?!
Ski season is finally here!
The Breckenridge and Keystone resorts opened this past weekend, and Arapahoe Basin opened a few weeks ago. Vail and the other resorts will follow in the coming weeks, and I’m going to ski them all. I got to go for the first time this weekend thanks to my friend who has...
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