Everyday like any other day

I finish with my midterm exams the past two weeks, crazy! My sleeping schedule is all screw up. I sleep through the afternoon and stay awake from evening to morning next day. Terrible. It’s getting a little better, maybe. I’m back doing what I do everday like any other day: school, idle, work, eat, sleep, idle, work, work, eat, sleep, idle, work.

I feel like breaking-free from this repetitive weekdays. I’m glad we have weekends, but ain’t enough sometimes. Every couple days I think about, with my creative mind, of many fun interesting things to do. Of course, it’s going to be involve with money, days-off, and a partner.

For Spring Break, not much to say, it’s going to be the same as last week. Replace school with more work. Work consist of my UCF-Seminole County Government job and pushing production for Creative Crew. I enjoy what I do and it is beneficial greatly. But, I want to take a break or do something else (adding complexity to my schedule). Spring semester is half done, so I’m already planning to do something with myself. Either to become a professional 1-on-1 latin dancer or get a realtor license. We will see.

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Back to school and it never ends

Winter break was good. I was part of the groom in my Godsister’s wedding. I have no pictures to show, hopefully soon. We partied and danced after the ceremony, shaky our booties and doing that latin dance I crave about all the time.

I learned a lot and made progress here and there. My short one week trip down in Miami was quick. I spent most of my time in Orlando doing what interest me. I worked many hours with UCF and Seminole Country Government on their SCINET project. And on my spare time that I get, I escape from my busy world to do what I miss from life.

On my last day of winter break, I got a free pool table from my neighbor. Before we move the pool table in, we had to clear out most of the junk in the garage. I cannot believe how much stuff my tenants have, triple what I have. I just hope the garbage people pick it all up on the side of street. We are going to have to level the pool table soon so we can start playing it.

Currently renovating

End of the year is coming soon and I wonder what 2006 will bring. Thinking about what I did in 2005, I made some progress with college, worked with UCF on both SCINET and FINDER projects, and helped friends and family endlessly. The Developers Club is keeping me on my toes, I’m going to have to be consistant and keep pushing forward with all those obstacles I foresee. During the winter break, I switched major from Computer Science to Information Technology so I can get through college with no more hurdles. I’m confident my experience will makeup the differences from switching majors.

So what’s in it for 2006? I only know that in Spring I will be putting myself on “Lockdown Mode” until I’m satisfied. Here is my list: Schooling, Working, Motivating Creative Crew, Saving Money for Motorcycle, and Spending Time with very few Selected Friends of Many.