Just a warning, this post is going to be all over the place.

First off, I’m officially done my first chemistry class! I didn’t do as well as I would have liked on the final (hello test anxiety), so I ended up with a 86% in the class. I know it’s not a bad mark, but I was expecting better from myself.

Yesterday I registered for my next (and final) chem class. This morning I got a confirmation email that I’m all set to start it on Monday. Cause this class uses the second half of the textbook from my first chem class, I thankfully don’t have to buy a text ($100+) this time around. It’s just a $30 workbook this time. I’m so glad I get to save some cash. This whole going back to school thing is expensive. Don’t even get me started on how much tuition is.

Maritime Guidebook February 5 2014

My guidebook arrived last week for the trip I’m planning this summer. At first I wanted to visit Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland, but after doing some research I think I’ll only be able to do PEI and Nova Scotia in a 7 to 10 day trip. It’s sad, but at the same time, that means I’ll have to go back again to check out Newfoundland and the Viking settlement there.

I have an exciting night lined up for this evening. I don’t want to jinx it, but hopefully it’ll go well. It’s one of those scary, nerve wracking things that you weirdly look forward to. The plan is to talk more tonight, cause apparently when I’m nervous I don’t talk. I’m still trying to convince myself that the awesome things in life happen outside of my comfort zone.

Last night I had a weird dream. Well, weirder than most of the strange dreams I have. I was driving around in a car type thing (though it wasn’t really a car) through a flood with my ex and his roommate. How random is that?

What’s the last trip you went on?

What was the last thing you did that was outside of your comfort zone?

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