Saturday, April 19, 2008

Concerning the Weather and My Unconventional Social Life

It's been hot for the first time this year. I think it was up to 80 yesterday, and it's been in the 70's today. I love it. It makes me drowsy, but I still love it.

I think things are finally coming together with college. I got registered. My UNV requirements are met. I still have a community service project to design, but I know what it will be on and where I can get the information I need to finish it.

I had a little revelation yesterday when I learned that the guy I've been tutoring knows Mr. P at work and used to go to his Church. Mr. P had said something about him at the beginning of the semester, but I never made the connection until this past Thursday when we were working up in North Hall and he mentioned him.

I had my forth biology test yesterday, and I think it went very well. We've been studying evolution this past section. Ironically I don't believe in the theory of evolution (I don believe in the process of evolution, but that's another story), but I probably know more about it than most people do simply because in home-school I had to study it so much to see why it was not true.

I went to the spring fling (this party they throw every year on campus). Didn't do much though, just ate a burger and left. I also went bowling this week with people from Navs. Didn't do well though. I've started to see that I have a hard time getting along with people. I just can't relate to anyone my own age or sex. If I have any friends, they tend to be girls, and more often than not, adults who are much older than me. Seriously, in nearly all of my classes, they people I hang out with are always either girls, or much older than I am. I don't really know why, although I never have really had guy friends, so maybe I just don't relate to them or something. At any rate, I have a lot more friends now than I did before I started at Mansfield - even if there not people you would expect.

- Andrew

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