For my last post of the semester, I wanted to let you all know about my plans for the summer. Summers in Colorado are always beautiful, sunny and warm, so staying active is a must. As of right now, I have a fairly busy summer ahead of me. Here is what I will be doing:
As of yesterday, I have completed my Junior year of college. That seems really crazy to me because it feels like just yesterday when I was graduating high school and moving in to my residence hall my freshman year. Luckily, I only had one final in addition to a final project this week, so I was able to spend most of my weekend doing things other than studying.
The last week of class has finally arrived, and it has been quite the semester so far. Last night, the Ambassadors organization held the End-Of-The-Year Banquet at the Rio Grande on Pearl Street. The Rio, as it is called for short, is a popular destination for both Boulder residents and CU students, and serves some of the best Mexican food in Boulder.
In case you do not know, I am an avid Intramural sports participant here at CU. I have played almost every intramural sport including basketball, ultimate Frisbee, and dodgeball, to name a few of my favorites. However, I think I have been cursed with some sort of losing spell. No matter what intramural team I play on, we almost always lose, and come playoff time, we always lose in the first round. Even when I play on a really good team, we always end up losing more than we win. This session of dodgeball was no exception to the rule.
As many of you know, Boulder is a very active and outdoorsy city. No matter what the weather, people are always running, biking, hiking or doing some sort of outdoor activity. Boulder is also home to some of the best rock climbing, bouldering and climbing gyms. The other day, I decided to take advantage of the great climbing opportunities by rock climbing one of the Flatirons.
It’s finally beginning to feel like spring in Boulder again. And that means that summer is right around the corner! The last few weeks of spring semester are always particularly busy and interesting for me. Between school, intramurals, club baseball, and other outdoor activities, there is always something interesting going on.
It has been quite the exciting weekend and past week here in Boulder. Not only did the basketball team win big against ASU, but there has been a roller coaster of weather and College Gameday came to CU on Saturday for the Arizona game. To top it off, the Women’s Lacrosse team won their inaugural home opener at Folsom Field.
I promised in my last post (Summer Summary) that I would post some pictures from my Hawaii trip! I can't believe it has already been a few weeks since I was laying on the beach! :( I miss it terribly! Enjoy the pics!
At the top of Diamond Head Volcano looking over Honolulu!
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