June 23rd, 2009 9:00 AMSqueegee Beckenheim
I am awake and ready to face the day, finally slept last night. Getting ready to go out for a swim. It is such a beautiful day, sitting inside feels like punishment.
Take your time on your reply to the PM, I had no idea you weren't feeling well. The PM is important, but you getting better is more important. You rest up, you need to be well. I am having some pretty close encounters with people dying today. Let's make sure we keep you well.
June 23rd, 2009 8:55 AMCherrim
I'm okay. Not feeling that great and I'm super tired so I can't wait to get home and sleep. @__@ You?
June 23rd, 2009 8:41 AMSqueegee Beckenheim
Good afternoon, it has been nice talking to you in DCC. How are you today?
June 22nd, 2009 6:41 PMSqueegee Beckenheim
Who is everyone in the video?
Just making sure you got it. Reply when you can.
June 22nd, 2009 6:36 PMCherrim
We are pretty crazy, haha.
Sorry for not replying yet but life's been pretty hectic the last few days. @_@ I'll try to get around to it tomorrow~
June 22nd, 2009 6:21 PMSqueegee Beckenheim
Watched your video -> tonight, and it was pretty funny. Y'all are nuts XD
How are you doing? Busy with life and stuff?
Did you get my PM from yesterday, never heard any confirmation, worried if it went through since I had some problems sending it ;p
June 11th, 2009 11:31 AMSqueegee Beckenheim
I can't go into bookstores with people anymore because I always end up staying for hours reading about history. I think my real calling though is in historical playwrighting. Something that I will definitely be engaging in as I get older. Possibly next year... we'll see.
Maybe you could go into forum management... is that a branch that would be possible? J/k. I think it is such a good field to be entering into today; you will find something awesome. My cousin graduated with that as his major, and now he is working at a military base with fiber optics. The possibilities are endless.
June 11th, 2009 11:27 AMCherrim
Reading up on history is addicting, too. Wikipedia isn't the best source but it makes it so much easier. Earlier in the week I was reading about past pandemics to learn more about them since H1N1 was close to becoming one too and I ended up reading both World War pages along with a bunch more about events around then haha.
Future plans? None, more or less. XD; I still haven't really done enough to decide which branch I want to follow and whatnot so for now I'm just going with the flow and taking stuff that looks interesting.
June 11th, 2009 11:00 AMSqueegee Beckenheim
Reading history rocks. It is the best stuff to read most of the time; you can learn so much about the past. History so often repeats itself so it is good to know what might happen.
My school does on average four productions a year. Last year, we only did three. I am planning on being involved in all the shows next year, except for the Shakespeare show we are doing. It doesn't work with my schedule.
Computer science! That is really cool. Any plans for the future with that major?
June 11th, 2009 10:46 AMCherrim
I always just found reading about history so interesting. I'm not great at remembering lots of facts but just learning about it and discerning why things happened the way they did... it's fascinating. *_*;
And directing! Wow! :O That does sound like it'd keep you busy. How many productions do you typically put on a year?
I'm in Computer Science so I've mostly been doing a lot of math with some languages on the side. Leaves me with lots of free time save the night before an assignment is due, haha.
June 11th, 2009 10:42 AMSqueegee Beckenheim
History rocks. I love facts. I am not an abstract type of person so when it comes to learning about stuff I forget nothing. I think it is why I love Pokemon games so much. Everything is fact and memory, the way I play it.
Lots of different types of plays. I am directing in the fall. A show about a plane crash in Scotland back in the 80s, called The Women of Lockerbie. I am also hoping to get into some acting next semester. Just have been working a lot of technical stuff so far.
What are you studying?
June 11th, 2009 10:38 AMCherrim
History sounds pretty interesting. :O As does theatre but I've always been bad at that sort of stuff so history more so. XD;
Well, I must admit that's a much more exciting reason than studiousness. What kind of theatre is it? Plays and the like?
June 11th, 2009 10:35 AMSqueegee Beckenheim
I am studying history and theatre actually. Not sure what I am going to do after grad, but I am really enjoying it.
It isn't my studiousness that is keeping me away from PC; it is my deep love of the theatre that does that.
June 11th, 2009 10:33 AMCherrim
University huh? :] Whatcha studying?
Uni's taken up a fair bit of my time too but I'm not studious enough to avoid the internet so I'm often on anyway. XD;
June 11th, 2009 10:29 AMSqueegee Beckenheim
Hey Erica, thought I"d post a "Hello" here instead of the other thread. Didn't want it to drift into our conversation.
I have just been at university, and I haven't had any time at all to sign on. But I am back for the summer, and just keeping an eye out for everything at PC. It will always be my first love, my second is jelly doughnuts. Can't tell you how often I think about modding and regretting giving it up. How are you?