…A court date that is Soooo, excited! My court date is next year! Which means, next semester I get to skip Physics and Spanish (maybe Spanish) cause it for sure conflicts with my physics class and I might not make it to school on time for my Spanish class. Also, it means I for sure don’t have to pay $145 before Christmas. Which then means I can buy Christmas gifts and food to eat!! Gawd, it’s like everytime I complain about my life then things seem to not happen as intended.
And, I might as well come out and tell something that’s related to my surprise but it isn’t my surprise that I’m keeping secret. So I talked to my professor and she said next semester I can volunteer in her lab. This is going to be so fun cause I’ll be working with people I already know and I’ll get good experience. Last week we took a lab exam, it was easy yet I’m still unsure whether I did good or not. Also for that class I’m the only one that’s taking my final exam the day before everyone else is. My luck ran out and all my class final exams fell on the same day, which is next Thursday but my biology class conflicted so I had to reschedule. So Monday I have part one of my Spanish exam, Wednesday my biology exam, Thursday my Math and part two of my Spanish exam…wish me luck that I won’t die. I feel unprepared for all of them. I’m sure to fail math, but I knew I’d always retake that class. Spanish, I think I’m on the border of pass or fail after my last exam which resulted in a 50% (that’s the exam that I forgot we even had to take).
So, tomorrow I’ll be stuck being online and studying. Not like I do that any different any other weekend, but you know what I mean Tuesday I’ll be going to a study session with people from biology for our exam. That should be fun, I usually don’t do study sessions but whatever, we’ll see how it goes. I highly doubt we’ll be talking a lot about work but instead more about whether the exam will be hard or not lol
Meanwhile in other good news, Christmas is almost upon us. As usual I have mixed feelings. Now that I’m older Christmas doesn’t mean that much to me. I’m also not religious so I don’t do anything special. Christmas has changed over the years. My family is apart most the time, either someone’s out of town or someone doesn’t celebrate it for religious reasons. I wish it was back when I was little when the whole family would meet up and we’d eat, I’d say a prayer and then open all my gifts. Then I’d go play in the snow with my cousins lol. This year, I’m lucky to even have snow!
Now Christmas is just me and my mom…sometimes I’ll see my dad but most years I won’t see him til after Christmas to exchange gifts. Then my mom has a life so she goes to a Christmas party for work or friends and I relax at home by myself. Almost every year I think about having a Christmas like everyone else where they have a huge family and everyone is opening and rushing to the Christmas tree in the morning. Unfortunately, my family is small to begin with and there’s no kids, meaning me and none of my other cousins have children yet to create a nice Christmas for them like we had growing up.
I feel like I’m meant to have one of those lonely lives, where I read books in front of the fire place on every holiday instead of having a family life and going to swanky parties. But, then again, when Christmas arrives and I’m home alone, I slightly enjoy the silence. I sort of treat it like every other day. But then I think about my prospects and how one day I’ll be married and have children and spoil them with Christmas gifts, only to get old and find that I like the silence of not having to bother with children on Christmas…ahhh…that circle of life.
Well, that’s about all I have to share. Now here’s a song, I absolutely love it. Especially the beginning of it. It’s called “Love me Girl” by Yeasayer (Click this link to hear it)
So Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays to all of you, if I don’t blog again before Christmas. If anyone needs anything, I’ll be at home doing nothing Except probably trying to finish all the level on this beautiful game called Continuity.