Ugh.

11:35 AM Nina S. Gooden 0 Comments



So....hiya, ya'll....

I know, I know. My posting lagged like you wouldn't believe. It's been months since I've even opened Blogger. But I have a good reason! Well, reasons. I've been horrible busy. Mainly, it's been school. I started back this semester, and me being the little overachiever that I am, decided to major in Computer Science and minor in Japanese.

Well, obviously that's not happening.

I'm a pretty good student (if I do say so, myself). I did that whole IB/Honor's Society when I was in high school. I love science, I'm good at math, and English is my issh! Yeah, I said "issh," because it is! Still, I'd forgotten how time-consuming the whole process is and with such a heavy course load, (plus my two super secret editing jobs), I've gotten absolutely zero writing done these months.

Unacceptable.

So I figure I'm going to have to either drop the Computer Science bit or the Japanese, so CS got the cut. I would just like to note that that decision, so neatly presented in white and black pixels, took my foreeeeever to stick with. I was so torn! Thank goodness for Taylor, who was infinitely patient with my wails of "What do I dooooo?!"

In the end, it was a no brainer. I'm very much aware of the chances of me "making it" as a writer. Many people don't. But I'm going to. I wanted to go to school in order to have a fallback career, but ultimately, I want to write for a living. So, meh, Computer Science got the cut.

Instead, I'm taking Graphic and Web Design and majoring in the ever-so-vague "Art." I think it will be fun. I'll learn a skill I can apply to my career and I'll still be able to explore my newly discovered appreciation for history. Only, it'll be Art History. And without the maths and engineering classes to obsessively study, I'll actually be able to make time to get words down onto paper.

All I have to do is survive this last month of classes. Whoo!



This Deviation is by an artist that goes by hjstory. I love everything this member does. They're little comic strips that put a smile on my face every time I look at them. In fact, I love them so much, I'm going to put the deviantArt link, here, AND the tumblr account, here. Check it out.


HJ, Story. Work Hard. 2011. DeviantArt, Seoul, Korea. Web. 7 Mar 2013. <http://hjstory.deviantart.com/art/Work-Hard-182619466>

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