Tag Archives: exam time

Last exam, let’s go!

Sports psychology? Meh.

2nd last day of exams? Ugh.

7pm? WORST. ‘specially if you gotta get up early the next morning.
bad weather jinxIt’s been a year and people who had exams on December 19th, 2012 are still angry hahahaha.

Students and professors and employers, oh my!

Today, I was alerted to the fact that the prof of KIN 231 apparently used one of my older comics/doodles/what-have-yous as a slide in her last lecture.

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While the news was a bit flattering, it meant that she probably read through my blog and saw that I’m a terrible procrastinator and mildly insane. And I may have her next term, worryingly enough.

Now, I know that thousands of people—mostly students—have seen at least some part of my work. And that is more than okay  with me! But there is a small part of me that is hesitant about continuing to blog, because anyone can find me fairly easily. In particular, future employers. 

The idea of that is kind of scary. It means I gotta watch what I say (no swearing!) so that I don’t give out an awful impression to the people who come across my public social media profiles.

So yeah, I’m going to keep my written angsting to a minimum from now on.

But comics are okay, right?

Today I got hit with a Random Act of Kindness

Okay, maybe ‘hit’ was the wrong word to use.

But something really cool happened today, I swear.

I had just got off the 99 B-line bus, juggling my ipod, backpack, sunglasses, and an empty Tim Horton’s Iced Capp cup (seriously, those things are the best on a hot summer day). I meant to put the container in a garbage bin as soon as I got off the bus, but somehow I’d dropped it in the excitement of actually getting off the bus—smooth move, I know.

When I turned around to pick up the straw and cup, I saw a 60ish-year-old man  holding up my trash. He said something, and I was like “huh?”, and then in a much louder voice he said he’d find a garbage and throw it away for me. I was pretty surprised, but I said “alright” and went on my way.

I told you it was a cool story.

Actually, though, this is a friendly reminder that Vancouver is full of nice people. I’m pretty darn lucky to live here.

If studying has got you down…

A song to reflect the weather

Also, here is a friendly reminder to myself that finals are less than two weeks away and that I should be studying.

I’ll start after Easter dinner, I promise.