Getting completely settled

Phew, finally I made some time to blog! I have been so busy these last few weeks. Moving into my apartment was a lot of hard work, but it was so worth it. I’m about 10 minutes away from school and about 2 minutes from all the stores in Prescott Valley. My apartment is a good size and I definitely feel like home already, although the first night alone was creepy and it sucked! But now I’m doing good. Still have about 7¬†more boxes to unload, but then I will be completely done! My boyfriend and his family are coming up this weekend to help me do that and get completely finished and organized. lol.

The last days in California were definitely hard! I miss my grandmother and friends a lot, but I know many of them left for college as well. My last week there consisted of mainly packing and then trying to cram in friend time before I left. I saw a few, but not all of them. ūüôĀ But some of my friends don’t leave til mid-September so I was thinking about paying a visit some weekend. This way I can see my grandma and make her feel better and have an official “see you later” with my remaining friends. lol.

Oh man, I don’t know if many of you got to do this, but the U-haul experience was pretty awesome, bust soooo slow. I had to drive a 12′ U-haul (completely packed) for 5 hours to my boyfriend’s house. It was so crazy and the trip felt pretty long, but it was awesome being so high from the ground! The next day my boyfriend’s dad drove it up the mountain to Prescott because that was the part that made me nervous!!!

Ok, so my classes…They are all completely amazing and ‘m not just saying this because I know¬†teachers have access to viewing these. haha. I genuinely enjoy my classes! I have¬†two classes Monday and Wednesday and¬†three classes Tuesday and Thursday and one class Friday! On MWF I have computers. My professor is very laid back and as long as we get the work done he isn’t so worried about missing some class time. Which is cool, because Friday is a study hall day for reading and two follow-up quizzes. Well, I already read and as soon as those quizzes come up, I’ll do them. That means I have Friday off!!! Ok, my other MW class is Microeconomics. I switched from History of Art into this class. At first I was afraid that I wouldn’t be able to follow along with my teacher’s accent, but after a while I got used to it. And he made the class so much fun that I seriously remember just about everything we went through! TTh I have Principles of Management and Intro into Aviation Business and Industry with the same professor. I really enjoy her because she is extremely helpful and makes learning easy. The last class TTh is Speech, which I am so proud of myself for taking. I knew I would need this to help me work on talking in front of crowds. Although it may be scary at first, I know this will help me more¬†to get used to being in front of everyone.

As you can see from how much I wrote about my classes, I really do enjoy them and all my classes seem to fit together perfectly! It is amazing how much more I get out of them when I’m learning material that seem to link together and fit perfectly! Last bit is that I’m super excited about the sorority group I’m wanting to join. They are all such great girls and I knew this would be the best way for me to meet girls and have some friends up here. Ok, well I got to get ready for class. Talk to you all later. Take care and don’t procrastinate with homework!!!

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The main advice I have for incoming GSIS students is that you got to brush up on your history and current events. Start reading and writing more, so you can begin to enjoy it. And do NOT procrastinate, it could cost you your grade. This major is a lot of fun, and there is a little something for everyone. Personally, I love psychology the most.

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