Archive for January, 2012

Living in the Res Hall

Hey guys!

I’ll be interviewing some of my fellow peers about their experience living in the Res Hall.  Stay tuned…

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Nintendo 64

Who would have thought that a 64 bit console could hold so much meaning?  My suite-mate Brandon brought his N64 with him from home and it is mind-boggling how much fun it is.  Playing games such as The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask, Super Mario 64, and many more bring back so many great memories of my childhood.

I have also been trying to get back in the groove of schoolwork.  Tomorrow’s going to be a big day!  I need to get a lot of studying done!

The only other thing noteworthy going on at the moment is my new workout routine.  I’m not one to brag, seeing as I’m about as modest as they come, but I think I’ve found a keeper.  I have been so sore lately!  I’ll let you guys know how it goes and if you are interested I’d be happy to post my routine up here.

Be safe guys and remember that everyday is a chance to make a difference!

New Year = Revamped Blog!!!

New Year’s is a time for new beginnings and that’s definitely going to apply to my blog.  Stay tuned because you are going to get to follow my journey through STLCOP in my pursuit of a Doctorate of Pharmacy.  I’ve not been keeping up with it and that is going to change.  I also will work on the whole washer and dryer situation this weekend.  I made a promise and I plan to keep it!

Jamie’s Elsewhere is coming to St. Louis!  If you haven’t heard of this band then you are missing out.  I will be definitely be there.  Everybody should come, and you can get tickets here http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0600477DA598D123?artistid=1485544&majorcatid=10001&minorcatid=60.   Jamie’s Elsewhere is a post-hardcore band.  What does this mean you ask?  Well, you see, this band blends metal with pop-punk.  It’s hard to explain so just listen to one of their great song “They Said A Storm Was Coming” here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRDxDxoK1Qc.

Comment and let me know what bands/artists you would like to see come to St. Louis.

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