Yeah, iPods are pretty awesome. And I'm sure you'll get used to iTunes pretty quickly.
Also, I always use the Bluetooth on my iPod. I have a Bluetooth speaker which I use in my car when I'm driving (because I have no way to connect my iPod directly to my car and my car speakers suck anyways :P).
It's March, yay! :D
Of course, here in Canada we started off this month with temperatures below -25'C (-13'F), and even colder including the wind chill. Brrr...
God bless. ♥
GOT AN OFFER ON OUR HOUSE^.^ 14 weeks on the market, 12th showing, and now we only have 3 weeks to pack and move...soo..I won't be on hardly at all, definately will have to get back to debating after settling in to the new house, so probably just the chat thread for the next 3-5 weeks, sorry:/
PB: Hey, congrats!
So, I've applied to this local arts high school for 11th and 12th graders, for the writing category. It's tuition-free, as it's public, and it has seven arts areas. Enrolled students work in their arts area of choice for three hours a day, and everyone is really creative. To apply, I had to write an essay, submit a transcript, and show my writing prowess through various writing exercises. I also had to participate in an admission review, where an academic teacher and a writing teacher talked to me about my academics and my writing, as well as my goals, all that jazz. That was yesterday, and I just felt like going there would be something that would be /right/ for me. I'd get to develop my craft and devote so much time to writing, as well as being around other supremely-creative, talented students.
I've thought about it a lot, as I'll only receive my decision in the second week of April, and I want to go there. I think I could be truly happy there, which is something that I definitely don't have currently. Yesterday I just felt so hopeful, and happy, that I'm rather afraid that I'll be really sad if I'm not accepted. If you want more information, the school is Perpich Arts High School. I'd post a link, but I know how that is.
That's awesome KK! Sounds a lot like the school I go to (except its a boarding school and focuses on math and science as opposed the arts). Sounds like a great opportunity. Good luck!
I'm happy with my iPod so far.
Best wishes with the application!
My car is '94. The factory default was a radio. No tape player, no CD. One of the previous owners put in a tape player (yeah, pretty old tech). When I got a hold of it, I changed the stereo to Bluetooth (Which I mostly use for answeing my phone) and USB (for music) and I put in 4 new speakers, rather than the terrible defaults.
I don't know why the order of my post got messed up. The car bit is supposed to be for half note O_O
"Breece, you need to look you "Warwick Rowing" or "Warwick rowing calendar" pronto. Those boys are so fine..."
Pffft... a rowing team? They can't be that good looking...
*looks up in google images*
Um ... Is it bad that I don't really care about life much one way or the other right now? (Maybe you shouldn't answer that.) It's not like I'm considering suicide, or even self-harm, but I just don't really care anymore. School especially just seems really meaningless, and seeing as that occupies most of my time ... I'm such a wreck. I need to stop venting on here. It's 1 AM and I should probably get some sleep soon. At least I don't have school tomorrow. Yay, me. I feel like such a failure right now.
Well for me that's normal, but considering your position it's probably not good :/ I go through bouts of not caring frequently enough, but they tend to pass okay. I dunno, try waiting it out a little bit.
Also, haaaaaannnnggggggghhhhhhh -.-; The freshie's at our school's gotten the entire city in a bind with their stupid little se.xting scandal. UGH. THE IDIOTS. Stop ruining our rep >:O
Anyways- im just jumping around on topics here- y'think I could become a psychiatrist after majoring neuroscience in college? After looking around psych stuff tends to be like fifty times easier than neuro and still get paid close to the same amount :/ Also since getting a PhD and a MD seem to both take a really long time, it seems time more well spent pursuing an MD versus a PhD, even if it is harder and a couple years longer cuz of residency. What do y'all think? I've always stayed away from medicine cuz it seemed too, I dunno, picky and presise. I always thought I'd just butcher the job up. Also, I'm asian and that would totally fit the stereotype >.>;