I really like my job still, I used to dread going to work, but with the job that I have now I don't dread. Sure, sometimes I don't really feel like getting out of bed at 1 in the morning, but I don't know anyone who doesn't have those days. I get great benefits, I am insured, I will get some of my tuition reimbursed, I already have 3 days worth of Paid Time Off, I just got a referral bonus from someone getting hired. It's nice that work doesn't stress me out, that is the last thing I need.
I am not a huge fan of my general Chemistry class anymore. I used to like it when we first started classes. I love the teacher, her makes class entertaining, and understandable. I just can't quite get it when I am sitting with a list of known measurements trying to get a final result. I need more practice, but have no time to practice.
Organic Chemistry on the other hand is my kind of Chemistry. I love that class. I just took a mid term in that class. I was well above average, in fact I got an 'A'! All those people saying 'you think this is hard, wait until you have to take Organic Chem' they are full of it. OChem is fun, and logical, and it just makes sense.
Dance, oh how I love to Dance. Me and Nathaniel are getting pretty good at it. In fact we just competed on Friday. We took 1st place in the Quick Step, and 3rd in the Waltz.... now before you get all excited and start praising me let me give you a little more information. We were the only ones to compete in the Quick Step. Not too hard to get 1st when you are the only ones dancing. Pretty much it was us doing a solo for a room full of experience dancers. The worst part, we just barely learned the routine, so... I am pretty sure we made more mistakes than we made correct steps. The waltz is what I love. It is what we are good at, but we competed against two "experienced" couples. By experienced I mean, they dance on the UVU ballroom team. Not fair for us newbies to go up against them. It was fun, and that is what matters.
Scott is still retarded... he doesn't have a release date, but if my math is correct (and math is one of my stronger talents) than he will come home around April 14th or May 26th depending on what transfer her decides to come home. He is applying to the BYU school of business, and the application is due at the end of June, meaning he needs to come home to take his last prerequisite for the major. He wrote BYU asking if they would let him waive that class, and as far as I have heard he hasn't heard back yet. I am secretly hoping that they say no, and they make him come home earlier. I say that I am not upset about it, but lets be honest 6 weeks is a long freakin' time. Sure it isn't long compared to the 2 years he has already been out, but when you look forward to something for so long, and then have it possibly be postponed there will always be some degree of disappointment. I haven't ever been pregnant before, but I imagine that is how you would feel at the end of 9 months, and then the doctor saying you still have a few weeks to go. My situation isn't as physically uncomfortable, but emotionally I think it could be kinda, somewhat comparable.
Honestly, not much is going on in my life. I will try to be better on keeping this blog updated, maybe even post a few pictures. I love my life, but I could use a few more hours in my day :)