Well, it looks like it's been a month since my last post. That means that this post should be incredibly long, but I'm going to skip a lot of things.
I finally hooked up my antenna and digital converter box. Thus, I am ready for the DTV Transition on Feb. 17th. Exciting. It's only taken me an entire semester.
I went to a Group X class yesterday: Power Flow. It was a combination of Yoga and Pilates, but it was just okay. I really love Core Crunch but I can't go to it because of my schedule. So I decided that I will probably go to the classes I can fit into my schedule on the weekends and at night, but I will spend my mornings at the Shell. They have open ice skating on Mondays and Wednesday nights, but with APO I'll probably make it a once a week thing on Wednesdays.
Wyatt asked an interesting question the other day. He picked up a ridgy yellow gourd and wanted to know if it is still alive. It wasn't moldy, but I didn't know what to say so I looked to Liz and Beth to help me out. We got into technicalities and even Cait offered up an opinion. I guess the big question is at what point is something considered dead? Just something to think about, since it can have implications for people who are in the hospital and can't take care of themselves and are completely on life support. When those people are unhooked from the machines which keep them alive, when are their lives officially over, assuming they can't breathe on their own? Interesting.
I have to go to class! (Click below for my fantastic school schedule)