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Great Lives … A Full Semester… By Suprise!

Great Lives … A Full Semester… By Suprise!

Tweet Forget a glass just half full or half empty; it is overflowing now! source There has definitely been an irony about my last fall semester at Auburn. In the past, I have had such a curiosity about life that I have pressed myself to take on a very full workload. However, this semester I determined to take a less directed approach to examining life, which has seemed to actually provide a ri...

To Be Continued…

To Be Continued…

Tweet You must have these (left) to make these (right)! I always despise the types of cartoons which end with “to be continued” because there is no sense of closure. When you are expecting there to be resolution and then there is not, it can be disturbing. Thus I must warn you from the beginning that the contents of this entry are far from complete. This summer consisted of a manu...

Life on the Plains

Life on the Plains

Tweet Auburn Ultimate For any avid readers out there; I apologize that this is somewhat late. The new website design and my computer dying this semester have delayed things. I will continue to be updating this journal at least twice a semester, once right after the end of the semester with a simple description of the highlights of what went on and then later with a more philos...

The Thing About Women

The Thing About Women

Tweet I guess no picture of me would be complete without a summary of what exactly my views on women were, so why not try to summarize everything my life has taught me on the subject? I. Introduction Recently I have been dealing a lot with what we almost universally dream about and for, so I guess I should start with those dreams in my examination of relationships. “Cinderella” has o...

Who Am I?

Who Am I?

Tweet Well, this is certainly a difficult question. How exactly can one define who they are? If you want to see what I am involved with and interested in, you might as well visit the About page (what I do willingly), and I could tell you some of my life habits (stuff I do unconciously), and reading this can give you some idea of some of my ways of “processing” life (ways I think, fe...

Tickle Tests

Tickle Tests

Tweet First let me just say that I really do not know why anyone would read these. Honestly, I took them mostly to find out more about myself and there are a lot of them, and so you must be either extremely bored, an extremely good friend, or extremely in love with me. All that said, I hope you enjoy reading these; I would love to hear your feedback! I have left nothing out, so what is here is t...

And the Road Goes Ever Onward…

And the Road Goes Ever Onward…

Tweet The Overview-for those with only a minute This year has been very full as I am taking all engineering senior level courses. I am on track to graduate in May 07, and will finish all my materials engineering courses next semester, followed by all my aerospace classes the next year. I am still doing high temperature research (1300°C!) in the Materials Engineering Labs. The big new thing is...