The Wandering Soul

Don't mind me. I'm just trying to find my calling here in the vast internet.

The clock's ticking.

Soon enough, college shall come. In fact, my first day of classes is only (as of 8/21) five days away.

And I'm both nervous and excited.

Let's see... Books are starting to come in for my physics and circuitry classes, my english books I have to buy at the college (which means that they'll be overpriced) and my brother has yet to order his messenger bag that he said he would back in June. 

In case you're wondering, I decided to major in Mecomtronics (or Integrated Engineering Technology). Yes, it is a real thing. And it seems fun to me. Of course, I could change it whenever I want to. But I wouldn't count on that happening. 

Am I ready? God, I hope so. As I said earlier, I'm both nervous and excited. From what I've heard, college is both hard and awesome. One of my friends, who is going to the same college I am, already took some summer classes and she enjoyed it. I'm just hoping I have a similar experience. I've got 16 credit hours going for me this semester, and I have Friday, Saturday, and Sundays off. I'm on campus from 8am to 2pm, and have night classes on Tuesday and Thursday from 6 to 10. Parking is going to be a pain as the geniuses have yet to decide to build a parking garage. My mom has to go to work, my little brother has to go to school, and my other brother and I have to get to college and there's only one car. 

This is going to be an interesting few months.


ALSO! Mark your calendars, folks. On Saturday, August 24 at 9:30pm (a bit earlier than usual), I will be streaming yet again. This time, to commemorate my last Saturday of "freedom." Planning on watching? Or maybe you want a different time to see what the hype is about. Feel free to tell me in the comments. 


Hey, at least I gave you more of a heads up this time.



Also, have a flying cyber-zombie narwhal.






Stay awesome,



If you are reading this, you have survived your entire life up until this point. You have survived traumas, heartbreak, the different phases of life...

And here you are.

You go, person.

You're awesome.