There have been so many great things in store for me and I must say there has never been a dull moment! This semester started off very well with a slice of joy; I have a new friend who has brought me so much joy lately. It all started on […]Read More... No Comments
Diaspora is the Oswego theme this year.
It means a lot of things to me but check out the official definition. I am a displaced Lithuanian and there are no other Lithuanians that I can find However, but when I read about diaspora and I see others going through the same thing, it makes me […]Read More... No Comments
Dear Mr. Global Warming himself,
Al Gore, come on. Washington D.C., South and North Carolina, Texas, Delaware and Arkansas all got a TON of snow a couple of weeks ago. GLOBAL WARMING DOES NOT EXIST!
I mean, don’t even regard the fact that the ice in the Arctic is melting causing a drastic change […]Read More... 8 Comments
I apologize for my absence on the blogging since the end of last semester, but here’s a little update as to what’s been going on in my life:
Over winter break, I stayed in Oswego all but one week. I worked at Maurices and in the point, our student involvement office. The director of off-campus affairs […]
So, the disc came today, for which I am really thankful. Basically, if you didn’t read my last entry, I talked about how I have been experiencing problem after problem with my computer but how luckily, my mom sent me a Windows Vista Installation Disc yesterday. It thankfully arrived today, so for now, my computer […]Read More... No Comments
Sometimes my posts aren’t long, sometimes they just are revelations
This is quickly becoming one of youtubes next big hits.
If you don’t know the song, look it up and then enjoy this parody. Sometimes we all just need to laugh
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SO it has been quite a while since I posted and a lot has happened since I went to Germany for Christmas.
I had a wonderful experience while I was in Germany. I was with the exchange student (Johannes) that stayed at my house for a year in high school. His family was so wonderful and welcoming. […]Read More... No Comments
Americans are rich, selfish, greedy and unhappy. That’s the impression I get from my generation. It seems that if we think about other people we might lose everything we have, and we can’t let that happen. After all, status is determined from the money we have, the excess junk we can waste […]Read More... No Comments
So, I have some good news. I am officially an employee of the Office of Learning Services. I will be tutoring for English 271, which is really good. I could really use the extra money, even though I already have one job. Last semester, I took English 271, and it wasn’t long before I realized […]Read More... No Comments