I’m writing this at 1:00am Scottish time (8:00pm EST), but it’s no biggie because I can wake up whenever I want tomorrow. That’s right, my final exams and my first semester at St. Andrews are finally over.
I can’t say final exams were easy, especially without midnight breakfast and other study week festivities (Holy Cross people know what I’m talking about), but I made it out alive so life is good.
Next semester, I have Scottish Pirates and Privateers lined up as one of my classes, but I’m still on the hunt for another. Lucky for me, I have another 3 week break to figure it out. Actually I’ll only have about two weeks, because all of next week, I’ll be traveling around Eastern Europe.
I went to go see Avatar on Saturday. Usually I wouldn’t put something that insignificant in a post, but seeing as it revolutionized the way I will now watch movies, I figured it was worth noting.
I’m not much of a sci-fi guy, but I’m pretty sure even the harshest critic would appreciate it. James Cameron deserves
every award he gets. If you haven’t had a chance to see it (which is highly doubtful), go see it. And if you can, see it in IMAX. I saw it on the smallest movie screen in the world and it was still unbelievable, so I can only imagine how good it would be on a screen the size of a football field.
The snow finally melted and the sun actually made an appearance this weekend. I even got to play 9 holes on the Eden course. It was a pretty unpleasant sight, seeing as I haven’t hit a ball in 2 months, but it was great just to get out there.
This week doesn’t look like it’s going to be too eventful. It actually looks like a lot of sleeping and a lot of golfing, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.