I try not to take Life too seriously.
It’s 12:30 AM and I’m trying to take Life not too seriously. In two days, I’ll start Summer Session. Guess what I’m going to take? An architecture class (Environment Design 11A).
Wait, you’re going back to architecture?
Not really. But I know I’m going to live with regret for the rest of my life if I don’t take another architecture class to REALLY know if it’s for me or not.
I’m excited, scared, anxious, mixed feelings. But I’m trusting my intuition. This will be good for me. If it’s not for me, then it’s not the end of the world.
It’s 12:46, and I want to know if anyone else vacillates with decisions a lot. If you really know me, you’ll know that I am very indecisive. It’s a terrible flaw. Overthinking things will be the cause of my death. Just kidding, but not really.
But what the heck, a summer doing something unexpected will be fun! Truth is, I would really like to know how to design buildings, so hopefully I’ll get some hands-on practice!
On a separate note: I just saw Ponyo! The story was a bit of a letdown - there wasn’t really much substance and was very cliche. But, by gosh, the art is amazing. I can tell Miyazaki had fun drawing the nautical life!