Friday, April 3, 2009

A Diverse Post: Fridays, Motorcycles, and Societies

Usually I have one or no classes on Fridays.  This semester has been quite different.  Friday is my busiest day of the week this semester.  Here's how it usually goes down: I wake up at 6 in the morning after getting around 4 or so hours of sleep.  After doing my morning routine I walk over to Welborn (aka the new caf or Newborn) for work.  I have work from 7 until 10.  Then I go and eat a second breakfast consisting of a Supreme Breakfast Burrito on a spinach wrap.  Delicious!  I get that every Friday.  It has eggs, bacon, sausage, cheese, salsa, sour cream, and a hash brown.  Then I find a way to buy some time while I wait for my Intensive Grammar Review (Spanish) class to start.  Usually it just involves sitting on the couch outside of the room and relaxing, almost to the point of sleeping.  Then I have that class from 11 until 11:50.  After that I have a break from 12 until 1.  During this time I try and relax some more because I am quite worn out already.  So I set my alarm for 12:50 or so.  Then I have my Mixed Media with the Figure (Clay) class.  That class goes from 1 until roughly 4:40.  It's so long because the class only meets once a week.  Sometimes I don't stay until the end though because I can only work so much; plus I am still very tired.
And then I reach this part of the day.  What I do varies from week to week but I usually try to actually get some true relaxation in.  I may take a nap in a little while.  Tonight I am meeting up with a couple people (Jade and Kelly) that I went to the Dominican Republic with to Watch The Motorcycle Diaries.  It's a pretty good movie, I watched it for the first time last semester with my roommate, Nico.
Also, I got an email from Gamma Beta Phi about being nominated for it again this year sometime in the last two weeks.  The email said they would send me something in my ASU Box but they have yet to do so.  Therefore, I've got to remember to call them on Monday and see what the deal is there.  I did get some mail today from Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design (RMCAD) that I sent in for.  I looked at the information that they gave me and it looks like it could be a great school to get my BFA in Graphic Design sometime after Appalachian.  I'll probably look at other schools too but I've got plenty of time for that.  I don't really know when I plan on going back to school but I feel like it would be best if it was sooner rather than later.  If I wait too long I may lose interest or not have the time.  It's not that I would really lose interest, but I would just be focusing on so many other things.
I'm also working on a collage for a Diversity Celebration next Tuesday on at the Student Union.  I glued the faces together last night after getting the pictures developed yesterday morning.  I think I'm going to add some natural colors to the background, like skin tones.  Also, I may add some quotes about diversity and/or race along with the title (Forward We Run, Until the Race is Won) in there.  There's a picture of it at the beginning of this post, in case you missed it. ;) Let me know what Diversity and Race mean to you and/or some good quotes I could possibly put on it.  I would really appreciate your help.  Thank you!

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