Back in California
Okay, so I'm a slow blogger. At this rate, I assume there isn't actually anybody reading this any more. No? Good.
So, as you might have (hypothetically) gathered from the title of this post, I'm back at HMC for another year. No, scratch that. Another crazy, insane, sleep-depped year. That's more like it. I'm taking, erm, 9 curses this semester. Plus research with Professor (D. Money) Harris. Any some grutoring (grading/tutoring, for the uninitiated) for CS5 on the side. So, yeah, it's busy. Right now I'm supposed to be doing some math homework. But, honestly, who wants to integrate electric potential fields when there are blog posts to write?
This summer was ruddy terrible. I worked at the FRCC, where the staff hates me and does their best to either (a) get me in trouble, or (b) just ignore everything I say and hide somewhere when there's work to be done. It turns out to be rather hard to get anything meaningful done if your entire staff is in some random closet in the basement. On the plus side, I did make a decent chunk of money over those two months. Considering the amount of time that I spent taking care of my ailing grandparents, I suppose I can't complain about the work. The whole barely-seeing-my-high-school-friends-because-we-all-seem-to-have-drifted-apart bit was a bit of a letdown. But, whatever. I guess I'll just stay out here next summer. No worries, right?
Damn. I can't procrastinate that physics homework much longer -- I've got to leave to flex out presently. Until next time, anonymous reader.