April 1st, 2006


A difficult decision...

For a long time I've been seeking out my true calling in life, especially that one week when I was considering changing my major from math to something else. Now I think I've found it. Yes, I've found something that can describe the world even more explicitly than numbers can, if that's possible. This leads to my announcement.

Instead of returning to Agnes Scott next to study math and French, I'll be going to Kepler College in Washington state to earn my bachelor's degree in Astrological Studies. I filled out my application in secret in order to avoid being detected; I didn't even talk about transferring. I've already been accepted; I begin my quest for new knowledge this fall.

You might have a few questions. I don't blame you. For example, what happened the Sujin who doubted everything? Don't worry; she's still there. Instead, she has finally been convinced to branch out and explore a little-explored area, one that she would never have dreamed to explore before now.

So, you're wondering, why did I decide to do this?

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foxtrot: procrastination is lost art

Procrastinating Day

Today I procrastinated. A lot. I meant to work on my multivariable problem set, but I found so many other things to do, like install things on my computer that had been waiting to be installed for a really long time. Now I get to play with them for the next few weeks while procrastinating even more.

Now. I wrote in Dr. Nbook today and recounted the lost eraser incident. I normally don't reread what I write immediately after writing it, but today I did. My handwriting does vary. Not drastically, mind, but it does. Some have even said that I have a "teacher's handwriting" (whatever that means, but probably because I write in cursive) Thus I present to you a real page from Dr. Nbook, dated 18 March 2006. Click the picture for a legible version.

That was part of the windfall of words that inspired that poem I wrote awhile back. I rather like it, even though I go all over the place.

Now to go to bed. The time goes forward tonight, so I should get an extra hour of sleep elsewhere.