Thursday, September 19, 2002

From Monday, 16 September 2002:

Today was a long day. I had to get up early for advising, but that didn't take too long. Afterwards, I found another computer lab and sent some e-mails to home. When I came back, I had the chance to meet the last of the roommates to move in, Caragh, the only actual Scottish person living with us.

Around noon, I went up to the union to get something to eat and find out about where the orientation session was. The orientation session was a bit of a long one, last from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM, but the last part was pretty cool in the fact that I learned how to hook my laptop up to the Internet. Now, if I could only get the proper cables to do that...

I came back to the chalet, only to realize that it was time to eat dinner. I headed back up to the Union and had some pizza. I thought I'd use the computer lab at Cottrell, but it was full, so I headed down to Pathfoot again for a little while. While there, I saw that Marius installed a new webcam. VERY cool.

I headed up to ASH around 7:30 PM, determined to call Mom. It took me a bit, but I eventually broke down and used my credit card to reach her. I'm sure I'll be paying dearly for it, but it was worth it to speak to her.

This evening, Matthew, Caragh, Willow and I headed to the Gannochy for a few pints. It also happened to be Kareoke night, so I HAD to do a rousing rendition of "Que Sera, Sera." Needless to say, I brought down the house.


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