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Sunday, November 21, 2010

procrastination

The weekend before breaks is always stressful but somehow I am not even a bit concerned about the two tests tomorrow and lab report Tuesday. This weekend was supposed to be devoted entirely to biochem, but uh, fun got in the way? Friday night was my little's AUO concert. Going to a classical concert for the first time in years just reminded me of how much I hated concerts. The one thing that always bothered me about classical pieces was that the songs always tend to drag on longer than usual. At certain times in the song, as the tempo gets faster and stronger, you start experiencing that heavy anticipation of the ending, but every one of those anticipated endings are always followed up by another set of chord progression which I guess is the introduction to the next part of the piece. Fifteen minutes later, they are still playing the same song. Anyways, that 2 hour concert seemed more like 5 hours. It was an interesting experience though. The audiences were mostly elderly people and the site of an elderly couple going to an orchestral concert is just such a precious thing, not something a normal college student would see everyday.
After the concert was Harry Potter. I cannot even call myself a real Harry Potter fan since the only book I've read was the last one, but it is easy to fall into the Harry Potter craze especially at CMU. The movie itself is decent. When did Ron become all jacked? It is weird to associate his goofy and childish face with that muscular figure, but that's alright, I'm still very much in love with him. After the movie, Soo and I went to Nancy's place for some drinks. Everyone there was Korean except me. And I don't know why I thought it was a good idea to fill up the awkwardness of not being able to speak Korean by drinking more alcohol. So, half of my Saturday was spent trying to recover from a hangover and less than 3 hours of sleep on top of studying for biochem. Saturday afternoon, Xuexia invited me to origami club and Edmund taught us how to make a dragon!

Sexy pink dragon --->





After origami was APHIO pre-thanksgiving dinner. The food was delicious. To recover from food coma, Sujin, Nancy and I went to Razzy and then got some exercise in through pingpong,ITG, and pool. That was when we bumped into Rahul and he reminded me to update my blog. So yeah, this post is for you dude. Just a little update on what's been happening with my life. And it's sad that we don't see each other anymore but I hope you're doing well.

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