Archive | June 2013

Summer I

I’m taking two summer courses this summer. One is an online journalism class and the other one is lifespan and development. Let me tell you-these accelerated classes are tedious. Let me put this in perspective for you. I already had two tests in psychology, a third one coming up next week. On top of that, I’ve got a paper due Tuesday.

Journalism is harder because it’s 2 or 3 chapters a week, 2 blog posts a week and weekly vocabulary. However, it’s interesting to see how the media has evolved over the years. I’m  keeping up with the work pretty well.

College is no walk in the park. It’s the beginning of your adult life. It’s optional to do summer classes, but if you do, you’re getting a month’s work in a week. But if you do well, you’re a step closer to graduation.

Autism Speaks

I went to an event for autism today. My friend invited me to it awhile ago and I said I’d go. So I did and I feel good that I went. His mother’s friend runs the liquor store at which it was held. I met his family and they seemed very supportive of the cause. I also met some of their friends.

Autism is a very important cause to donate to. It affects a lot of children in America. However, it’s a condition that needs to be understood fully in a person. If it’s not, the person will be underestimated. So donate to the cause at autismspeaks.org. Together, we can make a difference.