I know I posted a few days ago, but I was in the writing mood. Just kidding, I am just trying to avoid doing my English 12 homework on the greenhouse effect and global warming. Usually not my favorite topic in school, but here it’s actually really interesting. It is interesting to hear the Germans in my class comment on the matter. This is a very “green” country, or more so than America, but let’s face it, it doesn’t take much effort to be more green than America. But nevertheless you would think they are all for saving the world, but they have lots of questions towards the truth of claims and science, just as in America. I won’t go all political on you, but it is interesting to hear it from a country that isn’t divided just down the middle, as America is, it is a multi-party country, so views and thoughts aren’t all that influenced by politics, as in America.
Anyways. I am currently in a dilemma. I can either take classes at school where I can understand the subject and still make friends, or I can take classes that I most likely won’t actually learn anything, but they are classes that can translate to Providence. A part of me just wants to give up the whole possible credit thing and just try to learn German and make friends instead of spending all my time trying to pass school in a foreign language. I will figure it out.
My favorite activity to pass time in a little village is to take the dog on walks. We go on at least two or three every day now. Usually from 30 minutes to an hour. It is my favorite part of the day.
Yeah, rather pointless post.
I hope life is fun in the US