Was rather interesting, but not done yet.
I woke up and got ready blah blah blah
When I went to go get my bike I had to fix the chain because it came undone, then go back to the apartment to clean the grease off of my hands.
I got to UCF and got lost because I had no idea where was everything. But you know what they say, getting lost is the best way to find your way around. So I just kept on going pretending to know where I was going.
Alas I found the building where my first class was, parked the bike and had trouble locking it for the most part but got it.
I find my classroom and wait outside with a couple other people, but only problem was that I got there early…too early… about an hour and half early… so I just sat there, the people that were there went in and I was alone for a while. Then class was about to start and people started waiting for the same class as me (finally) and had class.
Comp 1 was interesting, only has 14 people and caps at 25. My professor was pretty chill, she did what any teacher would do on first day, syllabus. But after all of that we got to do an activity. We all got about 15 lego pieces and the group that could build the tallest sturdy building wins. Me and my partner built it and it was the tallest and sturdiest, until the girls behind us cheated and made a thin long piece and put it in between the bubble things to hold it up and in between where you put them so it made it taller but not so sturdy. But oh well, still was fun.
It ended and started walking, and I got lost again! I was trying to find the math and physics building to do this orientation thing for the online section of precal. I found it eventually, and got to meet my precal teacher too.
After that I walked back to the student union to be picked up by the bus that runs there and to my apartment complex to see how it was. Me being the idiot got off at the first stop which was all the way in the BACK of the complex. So I started walking around the complex trying to find my building and finally found it after 15 min of wandering around.
And here I am now, just had a small lunch and bout to take the bus back to take my precal class which has 384 people registered… Fun stuff.
Now to go back to school to have class, visit library, get books, and ride bike back for the day.
“When I say, “I love you,” it’s not because I want you or because I can’t have you. It has nothing to do with me. I love what you are, what you do, how you try. I’ve seen your kindness and your strength. I’ve seen the best and the worst of you. And I understand with perfect clarity exactly what you are.”—Joss Whedon (via alifeofillusions)