The other day I almost changed my major yet again. It came after one of those moments when you sit in the testing center for 3.5 hours taking an Accounting test and think "Oh crap..." Then later you repeat that statement as you find out your score. The college life is hard. It is especially hard when what you want to do in life doesn't have a specific major. So you take a bunch of classes that you aren't interested in just so you can get a degree that will only get you on the road towards your where you want to be. I envy all those people who have always known what they are going to do, how they are going to do it, and when they are going to get it done. I also envy those people who walk right off their college campus and right into the doors of their dream job. I mean for reals... how do you do it? Because I'd really like to know. Then I got home and talked to my parents and I realized that I just need to stick it out. Its amazing how parents can calm you down when your being a little too dramatic. Now I know that I have a lot of work to do to finish out this semester with the grades I need.
Then yesterday I went to my economics class with the determination to pay attention and understand. The lecture was actually really interesting and I understood everything. Then the best thing ever happened. Please tell me you have seen the Sexy Sax Man video on youtube... if you haven't please view the following:
You know that part where sexy sax man plays for a biology class? Well that exact same thing happened in my economics class. There are a few things you should know about this occasion. First of all, my economics teacher is the most infamous professor at BYU. Everyone knows who he is. Everyone knows that his class is tough. Everyone knows that he is not always the nicest. So when thus sexy sax man walks in playing his sax I expected Professor Kearl to yell at him to leave, but instead he said "I don't know what's going on... but his is funny." Then he stood back and watched. Later he applied sexy sax man's interruption to economics. I could not stop laughing. It was the best thing ever. In fact, I have been singing that song over and over for the past couple days. So much that my roommates are probably getting a little bit annoyed.
Other than that, I feel like my life is pretty much a typical college student life. I have been socializing a little too much, studying a lot but not enough, and not getting enough sleep. Sorry it's been a little slow around here. Life has just been happening so fast that I have had little to no time to record it. I still have pictures from my vacation to share... I know... that was almost a month ago. I promise I'll get them up soon!