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Well the holidays are upon us already. I actually just started playing Christmas music for the first time tonight, and the Christmas season is my favorite time of all, so I’m ecstatic. However, I know that we have to get through Thanksgiving first. I’m looking forward to seeing a lot of you over my break next week, which will be here before I know it.
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Several weekends ago CSF had a Fall Festival, in which everyone dressed up and we had a little party with food and stuff. At first I wasn’t even planning on going, but then my costume idea came to me and I went all out. If you haven’t seen the movie Pirates of the Caribbean, you won’t have a great idea of who I’m talking about, but I dressed up as Captain Jack Sparrow, and had a TON of fun with it.
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I spent a total of six hours shopping for stuff and an additional ten hours working on the outfit. While working I ended up viewing the movie no less than five times, pausing or watching in slow motion at times, trying to study both my character and his costume. I’m a very detail-oriented person, so perfection was my goal. While I wasn’t exactly like the movie star, everyone said I looked just like the character, and on top of that, I actually ended up winning best-dressed at the festival. He’s one of my favorite movie characters, and I loved playing him for a night.
I’ve attached a few pictures for you all to see. One [view picture] is of me and Jacob in costume (bet you can’t figure out who he was!), which I think is the best one of me. Also is one [view picture] of my full costume, and then one [view picture] close-up of my face so you can see every detail.
No, those aren’t jeans. And yes, you’ll notice I even wore eye-liner. I told you I went all out.
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After Thanksgiving we only have three weeks of school left, the third of which is final exams. Then Christmas break, during which I’ll be getting my wisdom teeth out (you can just imagine how excited I am about that) and next semester begins mid-January. We just signed up for our classes, and my semester looks to be amazing. I’ll only be taking 12 hours, the minimum for full-time status, because I need three more certain core classes before I can actually begin taking classes for my Telecommunications major. I’ll be taking a Persuasive Speaking communications class, an anthropology class (I think that’s the right word), and a very basic computing course that I unfortunately have to take. However, after talking to another guy a year older than me that knows computers too, I won’t have to actually attend the class but only take the tests and still be able to get an A because it’ll be so easy and they don’t take attendance. Also, and this news will excite some of you because you’ve suggested it, I’ll be taking a creative writing English class, which I’m looking forward to taking. I don’t really know much else about the course itself, but I’ll be sure to tell you all about it next spring.
And now, drum roll please . . . possibly the best news dealing with classes. My schedule worked out such that I’ll only have classes two days of the week – Tuesday and Thursday. This means I’ll have a four day weekend every weekend, plus Wednesdays off. You can imagine how excited I am. I’ll most likely spend those days working at a job, which brings me to my next point . . .
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The freshman Matt that I have lunch with every Friday works at a Sonic fast-food place in the Mall not far from here. He’s actually the manager and hires people, and said he could give me a job after I mentioned that I needed one. I explained that my schedule can be kind of crazy with everything I do at CSF and with classes and such. He said they’re very flexible and should be able to work around it. I’ll hopefully be starting there soon, so I’ll let you know how that goes.
Otherwise, not much news on my end. I’ll see some of you next week, and for the rest of you, happy thanksgiving! Let me know what’s going on with all of you!