one week down, 4 more years to go?

Sunday, September 05, 2010

FIRST WEEK OF COLLEGE OFFICIALLY FINISHED!


Already, I'm overloaded with reading and homework. Well, not too terribly. Just to the point where I'm already procrastinating.

Westmont is amazing.

I've made a ton of friends, especially with the girls in my section. We hang out a ton, do ridiculous things together (dinosaur imitations anyone?) and basically just have a good time. My stomach has adjusted easily to DC food, thank goodness and the only sickness I've battled so far is a small fever/stuffy nose that seems to be declining quickly.

Other than that, God is doing amazing things in my life. We've been talking a lot lately, just about school and other stuff going on. The transition is difficult, I'm not going to lie, but through Him I can do all things. I do miss life back home, my parents, and just the overall familiarity of things. But, I love the adventure and breath of new life here.

The next four years are going to be one huge experience, adventure, struggle and memory to behold. College is here, and I still can't believe it.

It's kind of nothing like I expected it to be. Especially classes, as my dad says, "There's no one here to hold your hand now. Professors expect you to know stuff." Assignments are not reminded, reading is expected, pop quizzes are in abundance, and so on. But I love my classes so far.

World History = fun class, new classroom and a pretty chill professor.
Fitness = hilarious, easy, and really interesting.
Christian Doctrine = thought provoking, lots of reading, a bit difficult, and an amazing professor
Public Speaking = fav class so far. Dr. O is great, way funny and super interesting
Women's Choir = kind of crazy, lots of very vocally talented girls, and bit overwhelming.

So far, so good. Today, I have a bit more homework to catch up, a speech to memorize, and another speech to pick for recital at the end of the semester. Pretty chill morning if I do say so myself.

Life is good :)


"I like meat. And by meat, I mean Harmeet."

Respectfully submitted,
Leah



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