I know you guys are really excited about my upcoming posts. And I assure you that they will be posted soon. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean they’ll be posted anytime around the corner, although as I’m thinking about this, I’m considering writing on Chinese New Year. So far, I’ve continued to be busy for the past few days. Next Wednesday through Friday, I have Finals, which some of you (students) may have or have not already taken at your schools. Therefore, I’ve been sort of trying to study for them. I’m still practicing my guitar, and yesterday, I took the permit test for the first time in order to get my instructional permit. Unfortunately, that didn’t turn out the way I wanted. So, I have to study harder for it, and really, most of it is just common sense. Unfortunately, not only because I was nervous, but I also had, like, 40 minutes to complete the test (the DMV close to where I live closes at 5 P.M.). So I had to hurry it up, but at the same time I wanted to get the questions right. Oh well. There’s always next time. And that “next time” is next week, possibly next Wednesday. So wish me luck guys.
Oh yes! Before I forget, my mom and I agreed to sign me up for C Programming class which starts on the 31st at Mission College (although classes in general start on the 30th of this month). Basically, the class is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from, like, 7-8 P.M., and, obviously, if I’m taking classes, that usually means homework and tests (and possibly quizzes). Therefore, I will be having my hands full.
With all that said, I’m sure you guys have probably already figured out what my point is out of so many words. I’m going to be taking a blogging respite (which, by the way, means “rest” if you don’t know what that word means). Again, once my schedule clears up, I will be off my break and blogging again. Meanwhile, my college friend and columnist Josh Chen will probably be posting his columns sometime in the near future. So, feel free to check his blog at http://jchenthecolumnist.wordpress.com/ . Don’t worry. That doesn’t mean I won’t be checking your comments from time to time. Speaking of which, I have replied to some of your comments, a few of them being responses to your questions, which I strongly encourage you to reply to because I won’t be able to help you or know what to change. Other than that, if I didn’t reply to your comment, that doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate your compliment.
I hope you all have fun in life, and in case I don’t post that Chinese New Year’s post, 中国新年快乐! (pinyin: Zhong Guo Xin Nian Kuai Le! [Happy Chinese New Year!] ) Until next time, this philosopher is out.