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Hello LJ! It's been awhile!

I guess it's really no surprise that I suck at updating this thing. I haven't been doing anything terribly interesting lately. I transferred all of my UofT credits to the University of Guelph and guess what?! After a year and a half of solid courses (no seriously, I've been going non-stop since last September!) I finally have a degree! Go me!

I've also applied to teachers college, but I'm not entirely sure I'll get in. If I don't I guess I'll just take some more courses and apply again next year!

In other news - Subway is going 24/7 on the 13th of January which still completely baffles me. I don't think we'll even make enough money overnight to cover the person who has to work it. At least it isn't me, I guess?

I'm going to have to start my Canadian history courses on Monday. That's sad. I was enjoying my break. At least they don't sound too bad?

Totally looking forward to the Hunger Games movie! The book was awesome! It made me cry in bits but I was all happy at the end.


Jan. 12th, 2012 10:39 am (UTC)
whoaaa, hello! Long time no communication! I must have missed this on the day you posted it as I was scrolling through my LJ backlog (don't come on here very much any more, but I'm on tumblr pretty much constantly if you ever want to keep track of me, haha). Hi! :D Congratulations on the degree, and good luck with teacher's college, I hope you get in! I'm going to be applying to art schools in the not-so-distant future (I'm aiming for Sheridan College, which has one of the best illustration programs in the country--presumably best also means most difficult and hardest to get into, aaaaahh), and "get better and try again next year" is also my plan of attack for getting in. I'm too stubborn to do anything else.

I really need to read the Hunger Games books; first I was all "naaah I wouldn't like these books", then I was "well maybe actually I would like these books" and THEN I decided "No, I probably really wouldn't like these books", but what it came down to was that the trailer for the movie was so darn classy and cool that I decided I have to see the movie, and I can't allow myself to see a movie without reading the book first! I'm sure they'll be both enjoyable and disturbing, and I like enjoyable and disturbing. :)
Jan. 12th, 2012 04:43 pm (UTC)
Enjoyable and disturbing is actually a very good descriptor for those books. You keep getting a vague sense of horror at humanity at odd times but you keep rooting for the heros. I would very much recommend!

Good luck with art school! It seems all the schools said to be awesome go hand in hand with super difficult to get into. Just the application process for teachers college is ridiculous and I didn't even pick one of the harder to get into schools!

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