I finished my Latin american literature course, and the teacher was so terrible that I am not taking another course from him. What kind of college has a single faculty member teaching all the spanish classes when they offer a spanish major? Crazy. The class was a bit ridiculous, so I think I will take a break from the spanish for now…
slickkick's Life List
1. speak spanish fluently
2. take more risks
3. be happy
4. take better care of myself
5. Sleep Well
6. start a family tree
7. Learn how to remember peoples' names
8. go to Germany
10. learn to play 100 songs on the guitar
Since last summer in spain I have taken a conversational spanish class while in school in Rochester. Now I am taking a course in spanish literature at EC, which has somehow become a history course. Where the line between fluent and not is im not sure, but I feel like I am close!
After classes ended in January I became a book reading hermit for 3 months. Then it happened – a job offer came and I took it because I like eating and healthcare sounds like a good thing. I’ve been working 6 months now, and I can hardly say that its my dream job. Fact is, a good job probably isn’t gonna find you, so its gonna takes some doing for me to figure out what I and get into it. I want to be productive and to make sure that my work helps all people – so it should be something that contributes to the ephemeralization of products or perhaps harvesting solar/wind energy. I love the idea of geothermal power and would like to pursue that some more. Ideally though, my job would be something not so tecnical.