This week I received some exciting news - I was accepted into CU'S School of Education! So now I can take classes towards getting that licensure!
Last week was a bit of a blur, but in a good way. Copper Mountain had a foot of new snow when my friends and I went so we played around in 30 degree sunshine for the day - I still laugh whenever my friend says "most people are in class right now" because it's true, yet we are getting to spend time on the mountain. LOVE variable scheduling in college!
Last weekend, I went to Aspen with a giant group from The Annex ministry here in Boulder. We stayed overnight in Aspen High School's gym and skied during the day! I had never skied at Aspen before, but I was totally impressed! They had a foot of new snow in the past three days - the mogul runs did not even have packed moguls, you could completely shred through them! And for some reason, my friends and I were the only people on the runs we had found for most of the day - I promise I'm not complaining about that! They were by far some of the best skiing conditions I've ever experienced.
In my Acting for Nonmajors class this week, we were asked to prepare our monologues for coaching. This means we brought in the monologue we had been working on for a five minute one-on-one segment with our teacher. She helped me deicde more of the physical aspects of my monologue - where I should stand, look, move my arms, etc. I really enjoy the exercises we get to do in the class to express ourselves and find more of the actions that we are the best at! Someday I really might want to pursue a bit of acting outside of my usual Young Life skits on Wednesday nights.
Last week was full of administrative fun - I signed a lease on my house for next year, facilitated a few group visits for high schools coming to see the CU campus, and started up the first session of my online course. But as always, I made time for fun along the way.
This week, school and meetings took priority and I didn't get to go skiing! Woe is me! I was especially bummed because some of the resorts an hour away got a foot of snow in 72 hours! Crazy awesome! But because I didn't get to ski, I had more time to get coffee with friends and get other work done early.
Hi everyone! The Spring 2013 semester has started, and it is already packed as usual! I went on a mission trip to Belize over Winter Break, so I'm still adjusting to the cold weather and altitude here, not to mention different food and societal norms! Reverse culture shock is a great experience to be going through! I went with a group from one of the college ministries I attend, The Annex, of 24 of us, and now that we are all back in the US we have weekly gatherings so we don't lose touch with busy schedules!
They're here! Today marks the first day of Finals Fall 2012. I have a test tonight in Creative Technology at 7:30 PM... super late and weird to have on a Saturday night! But I am excited to get it over with because then I have only one more test before I am home for break.
About four weeks into school, you’ll encounter one of the most fearsome prospects of college… midterm week. Theoretically, every month there’s a week dedicated to midterms, but somehow for those of us that aren’t engineers, it never quite works out that way. I’m not sure which way is worse, having...
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