Mere: I usually talk about nothing, so my blogs are mostly boring. And it's my new year's resolution to do one a day, though I'm wondering how much longer that'll last.
Anyway, not much to say about today, it was a normal class day as usual. However, there's one thing that's different. Water, lots and lots of water. And I don't mean how I'm getting back in shape (though I see that in a different way than most people) by drinking a lot of water, I mean how much the snow has melted. That's the one thing I don't like about snow. It's pretty to look at, it's good to get out of classes, but it sucks when it melts, especially all at once and it being during 60 degree weather, like it was today.
The snow has melted so much that the paths to get to campus from the apartments and flooded and there's mud everywhere. The water is about two or three inches deep and I have to walk in a BIG arch to get back on path so I don't walk in mud or get water all in my shoes. You can't walk in the tunnel unless you have great rain boots (thanks Mom and Dad) because it'll go up past your ankles. Before we know it, the apartments are going to be its own island and even if we have to take a boat to get to campus, they won't cancel classes or give us leeway to be late.
I get it, really, I do. It's not our teachers' jobs to baby us, but have a heart sometimes. Either that or don't make fun of me if I come to class soaking wet because I slipped in mud and fell. Not that it's happened before, it hasn't, but knowing my luck it will.
But there's a bright side to everything, the rushing creek is cool to look at, and I got to wear shorts for the first time since October. It's the little things like that that put a smile on your face.
(Proceeds to carry umbrella, extra clothes, and rain boots for the next few days while I still enjoy the otherwise warm weather).
Loves anything red. Rock music, playing the guitar, drawing, writing, tattoos, and sports are some of my interests and hobbies. I like to laugh, I like to think I'm funny. I talk a lot...just a warning.