Wow, where has the time gone?! It seems only yesterday when we eager first years embarked on Frosh and started our university experience. Alas alas, time was inversely proportional to the amount of fun we had so now here we are, at the end of the term.
I had an unusually giddy day today. Despite all the workload (compsci assignment that required 30h+ of work anyone?) that sort of built up near the end, I had a huge grin plastered on my face throughout much of the day… probably because of the “insignificant” moments which made me cheerful.
Moment one. At the end of the Compsci 111 lecture this morning, everyone stood up and applauded while the professor tried to make his humble exit. Compsci was my favourite class this term (OB falls a close second) because the prof made it fun and inspirational, yes, inspirational. I didn’t know it was a tradition in university to clap at the end, nevertheless it was still more special than the other classes.
Moment two. Looking out the rain-splattered bus window and seeing fog descending upon Pacific Spirit Park… then later seeing distorted colours of pink and yellow – lights from the neon signs along Granville Street.
Moment three. I didn’t have to wait for more than two minutes for any of the SEVEN buses I took today. I also didn’t get splashed by any passing vehicles, which is a first. Hallelujah.
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o.O I’m in CPSC 111 next term.
You had a project requiring more than 30 hours of work!?
Moment one. Ah, frosh. Ah, cpsc. I’ve gonna stop skipping in the next semester 😛
Moment two. How artsy.
Moment three. Mark today’s date down. From this day on, you shall always bus on the 29th of Nov. while shouting “Hallelujah!”. 😀
Hallelujah for busing without getting doused by passing vehicles!
@Tysune – Ahaha good luck in cpsc 111 next term. Yes the final project or “assignment” as they called it was extremely time consuming. Some guy posted a picture of his bruised wrist on the discussion board – the result of too many hours of coding x.x
Really? Poo. That sounds like a vol de mort.