I wandered into the Abdul Ladha Centre for the first time yesterday morning. I wonder how busy it gets in the afternoon? I swear, the few people sitting in the lounges could tell I was a foreigner. It might have been the lost look on my face. The place smelt amazing — all cedar and clean and pretty.
Why can’t Kin have a building like that.
Or the Sauder building.
At least we’re not in Buchanan.
Sorry that was out of line.
I’ll stop now.
HELLO, WONDERFUL FRIENDLY BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE!
I am in a good mood because I had another BlogSquad bloggers’ meeting this evening. They’re a real awesome bunch, y’know? We all reintroduced ourselves and rehashed on what it means to be a UBC blogger.
For some odd reason, my name didn’t fit on my name tag. :(
Before that, though, I had a bit of a terrible time. I had to rush from Osbourne Centre to the CSI&C* at Brock Hall in 10 minutes, because I had gymnastics right before our meeting (yes, UBC offers a gymnastics class! But more on that later). If you didn’t know, the Osbourne Centre is right by the Thunderbird arena, which is pretty darn far.
Actually, I’m pretty sure that a lot of students don’t ever wander farther south on campus than that. That’s how far Osbourne is.
So that’s one of my complaints about being a kinesiology student: Our classes are all over the map. So a lot of us end up rushing between classes and being late to practically everything.
At least it keeps us in shape.
Anyways, I just wanted to say that I’m back to blogging about UBC things (for a little while, anyways). And I’ve got some ideas for new drawings! Yay! Also, I’m going to get back on track with homework. So here we go.
BRING IT, CHEMISTRY!
*Centre for Student Involvement and Careers. You should check it out, because I heard there are some cool people there.