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05:00 pm: Almost there
So my first semester in university is almost over. Phew. I'm still a little conflicted about whether or not I think it went by quickly or not. On one hand, I realize that everyone who's still in high school still has almost another whole month before they are through, but, on the other hand, I'm tired. Therefore, I'm leaning more towards not. It's been pretty good overall, even with the few hiccups that happened along the way. I've learned a lot, although I think more about myself than any particular topic. For instance, I learned that I LOVE multiple choice tests with no essay questions. They are by far my favourite tests, if such a thing can even exist (I mean, seriously, who rates the kinds of tests that they prefer?). I've learned that I'm pretty independent and like it that way. I've learned that I still love psychology, which is good, since I'm planning to major in it and all. And finally, I've learned that my anxiety disorder, unfortunately, still exists and can manifest itself in strange ways. During tests is a given for me, since I've always had nerves during examinations of any kind, but also for social events like yesterday's formal. Seriously, I was so nervous that it was borderline ridiculous. I knew that I was going to have fun and all, but for some reason my head refused to believe me, if that makes any sense. In the end I had an amazing time and was really glad that I went, so, as usual, my nervousness was for nothing.
I've gotten involved in as many things as I physically could this term, which is sure to continue next semester as well. I've become a student ambassador and now give tours to prospective students, something that I actually find myself enjoying an awful lot, which is a bit of a surprise. I mean, I knew that I'd like it, I just didn't think that I'd get this into it. Anyways, I've also become what's called a Frost Week leader, which is apart of a group of people who plan events during the first week of second semester, kind of like what happened during Frosh week but in winter. We're only just getting started but I'm sure it'll be a good experience.
So there we have it. I'm still alive and kicking! And soon, with winter break coming up, I'll have lots of time to sleep, read (books that I actually want to read!), and relax. Despite the fact that I'm not a huge Christmas fan and am not looking forward to that aspect of winter break, I am looking forward to those things.

Current Location: In my Dorm
Current Mood: tiredtired
Current Music: Missing -Ayumi Hamasaki
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