Hello to everyone who will ever read this! I hope you enjoy!
For as long as I can remember, I have had a love for crafts and yarn. I love crocheting and creating blankets for family members and people in need. I am not sure if there is such a thing as a professional crocheter (I don't think that's even a word) but I would totally become one. Maybe I can do that when I retire or something when I get older. Because I am super busy most of the year, I sadly do not get very much time to enjoy crocheting. School obviously takes up a ton of time (as with most students) along with field hockey in the fall, bowling in the winter and work all year round. In the future that is quickly approaching, I want to go into college for engineering and also accounting although I have not a single clue what I could possibly do with both interest together since they are extremely different. Anyways, the reason that I am continuing with physics this year is because of my interest in engineering. I really struggled with trying to grasp onto concepts last year so I hope that I will be able to understand a decent amount of them from the basics that I somewhat understood last year. I have heard that this physics class is extremely difficult and has a ton of work with it which terrifies me, yet at the same time excites me. I love the satisfaction of solving a problem but at the same time I absolutely despise the frustration of getting stuck on something that I can't solve. Although physics will not be a breeze for me this year (or any year to be honest), I hope it will teach me lessons that will last a lifetime and beyond.
Until next time,