Wow, what a day…

What an interesting day. I went to my classes this morning. They were pretty um… interesting. My L211 class (Molecular) started getting into more and more stuff that interests me a lot. We were studying gene expression in prokaryotes, namely the lac operon, gal operon and the trp operon. Those mechanisms facinate me. We’re moving on Friday into gene expression in eukaryotes, something that I have never studied before, but am totally excited to learn about. Genetics, we learned about how the control mechanisms in normal cells go wrong in cancerous cells. I got my carta de cotizacion back in spanish today… got a 97 on it. 🙂 Definitely the best grade I have in that class so far.

When I got home, I was feeling like crap because I didn’t get much sleep last night. I layed down in my bed to take a nap and got extremely hot. Side note… What is wrong with the weather today? It was so freakin warm here (73 degrees at least). It’s almost the middle of November! What the crap is with that?!? Anyway, I opened my windows and then took a nap. I woke up every five minutes or so, but it felt like it was every hour. This is a good thing because I was totally rested for band this afternoon. In the middle of band, it got freakin cold and now it’s so cold that I should be wearing a winter coat!

At work, I about froze my butt off and went into shock when I left the Geology building. That building, I swear, is 90+ degrees in the computer lab! It’s insane. When it’s what feels like 30 degrees outside, it’s quite a shock to the system. Anyway, I’m done bitching about the weather…

I think that’s about it right now. I’m off work and now it’s time for me to go home. I will post my picture of the day when I get home to a computer not on campus. The network on campus has been having issues all day today. Anyway, ta ta for now.

Picture of the day

Someone dug themselves into too deep of a hole haha!

Song of the day Superman – Bill Chase, as played by the Marching Hundred 🙂

Quote of the day – “Just as despair can come to one only from other human beings, hope, too, can be given to one only by other human beings.” -Elie Weisel

Peace out yo!