Tibolt is doing quite well now. He's happily adjusted to live as a neutered cat and I have no complaints. In fact, he's significantly more hyper now than he had been previously. Such a happy cat. Other things going on currently include statistics, fish, work, horse and a variety of other things I really need to start taking pictures of.  Stats is okay. I have neutral feelings towards math so I would be surprised if I loved it. Of course, I work on this at work while making copies of things. Currently, I'm making copies of a variety of things for Dr. Lenti of the Music Department. I'm converting cassette tapes to CD. To do this, you actually have to listen to it to make sure that it is copying correctly  and you can split the tracks up. The result is a lot of classical music being played in my office.  Everything from Bach to Schubert has been played in here by the start of day 3 of copying. It is definitely a process.

Dr. Craton, one of our awesome English teachers here at Lander, gave me a book to read. It's by a Korean author and has been on the bestsellers list. She's going to be teaching it and wanted to know what I thought about it since I just got back from Korea and have taken a couple classes with her. It's called Please Look After Mom by Kyung-Sook Shin. I'm only a couple chapters into it, but I've been enjoying it thus far.

Well, now that I've gotten some rest, I'm going to start hitting up some of my favorite places to go here in Greenwood. I will start this Friday with Eric's Tropical Pets. Why there? Well, I have a 10 gallon fish tank to set up and will have some fish to buy soon. I'm definitely getting a couple of corry cats, we'll figure the rest out as we go. 

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    I am a Sophomore at Lander who has friends all over the world. I am also a Chemistry major, Secretary of the American Chemical Society, a Presidential Ambassador and an honors student. There is always something to do and it just doesn't leave me enough time to talk to everyone that I want to.


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