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Aug
09

The Last Day Before the First Day of the Rest of My Life….or something like that

Well, tomorrow is the big day. I shall start my freshman year at UNA (That’s the university of north Alabama, for those who may not know) I am so nervous I can’t hardly think straight, but I am looking forward to it. Its kind of odd, because I feel as though after today everything will change. I will no longer be a clumsy awkward high-school student, I will be a clumsy awkward college student!

Its really amazing.  The campus at UNA is beautiful.  The image of the fountain above is the first thing I will see when entering the campus.  (well, aside from the parking lot) and the image below is the GUC, where I shall be eating and checking my UNA Mailbox and stuff.

I am going to be living off campus, at the home I have lived in for the past 2 years, its about a 40 min drive.  So, I am not going to experience dorm life, something I am thankful for.  (who wants to share a bathroom with 50 other guys? not me!)

But now that I am in college, be expecting me to write more elegant intellectual posts, about philosophy and politics….NOT! No seriously, be expecting me to make little or no sense just like always.

Well, I suppose that’s all for now!


4 Responses to “The Last Day Before the First Day of the Rest of My Life….or something like that”


  1. September 7, 2009 at 1:06 am

    “Hi:

    Two things

    1) I’d like your permission to (re)print your article on ‘The Clone Wars’ for our website

    2) I was hoping we could use your ‘scribing’ talent for our website.

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    ‘The Clone Wars’ is one of our featured shows. We’re hoping to round up a few people who can occasionally contribute perspective (via an article/blog) on the shows – maybe a recent episode, future direction, plot shortcomings etc.

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  2. September 7, 2009 at 2:36 pm

    Hello,

    1.Yes you can use my article, as long as you provide a link to my site.
    2.I don’t know what you mean about my scribing talent, I don’t really want to write for your site, but you can use other things I write for this site. (as long as you give me the heads up)
    3. Also, please, when you write a comment for a post, leave it on the relevant post.

  3. 3 Leslie
    May 6, 2010 at 9:36 am

    Awww. This is leaving me a little choked up. This day will be coming soon for me as well. How much has changed since you wrote this?

  4. May 7, 2010 at 11:48 am

    awww…you will do great in college.

    Things have changed a lot…and not at all.

    I am still just as weird and confused as ever!

    The main thing about college is not that the work is harder, just that there is more of it. Also, in high-school, they let you lay around during the last two weeks in class, but, in college, you do 85% of the work in those last two weeks.

    You will love college life and if you have any questions, just ask me…and then I will probably ask someone who knows what they are talking about 😉


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