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... time grasping the concepts and I was extremely nervous about taking a college level math course. The idea of failing a class the first quarter of school was terrifying to me but I knew that I HAD to take that calculus class. I thought of the different ways I could go about calculus. I could do my homework, study for the tests, and hope to get a passing grade. Option two would be to sit back and hope all the information just seeps into my brain and ...
... Unfortunately I realized that they were all upwards of 1,000 miles away. I felt a little homesick then.
I was concerned about the new home that I had, sharing a room with my new roommate and navigating my new campus. I'm glad I left behind my old life and got a chance to have a clean slate. I do truly miss my close friends, my volleyball team and my high school. Over the years, I had grown to appreciate the sense of community that I felt when I stepped ...
... met Tim's mom, and he comported himself well--refraining from regaling her with all the tales of their dubious grad school deeds. We had a very enjoyable evening and I'm glad we got a chance to see him.
Tomorrow we're heading to Colorado Springs where we're going to tour the Air Force Academy, one of the local parks (waterfalls, rock formations, wildlife) and then take the tram up to the top of Pike's Peak.
... our car and would be here in 15 minutes. Indeed she arrived and we were finnally on our way.
The apartment is in a quaint and lovely town right by a river. Ducks swim nearby and come flocking toward you when bread crumbs are offered. The area receives lots of rain and everything is thick, lush and green. We settled into the apartment and got about the business of settling in and getting some of our ...
... also a balancing rock that absolutely appears ready to fall at any moment. Climbers were everywhere and I marveled at their bravura; sadly I learned there had been several fatalities over the years. Charles Elliott Perkins bequeathed the 3300 acres to the city of Colorado Springs in 1909, to always be enjoyed by the people for ...
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