Thursday, January 18, 2007

A Breaking of the Fellowship...

Okay, so maybe it isn't a breaking of the fellowship... Just a hiatus. Last I mentioned on the blog was that I was waiting for the decision from UNB, well they decided and I was accepted. So about a week before my parents came I enrolled in a few classes and started to look at a few places in Fredericton.

The place search was a bit horrific, I went from place to place feeling like only a sadist would willfully shack up in these places: one place had 5 ft ceiling! how in the world could someone live in a situation like that; another place had a sooo many small rooms in this house it looked like a sardine can; one landlord was sooo proud of his walls that they were R?? something certified... the place sucked, but them walls were great; and the last but not least, was a landlady who acted either like a mom or a prisoner guard... no people after 10, you have to do be in bed with the lights out at 12... no talking after 12. Anyways Lori (Katherine's sister) saved the day, yet again. She sent an email out to her friends mentioning that one of us were looking for a place to stay while going to school and a friend of a friend of Lori's responded.

So now I living in probably the best place I could find. I have a great, trusting, and environmentally conscious landlord. The place is a century old home, about a 30 min walk from school, and a 2 min walk from the local organic food stores. I live close to the bar district of Fredericton, but that fact hasn't come in handy yet...

My classes at UNB consist of: Linear Algebra, Computablility and Formal Language Theory, Procedural Programing and Developement, Roman Art and Architecture, and Symbolism and Ritual. So far my classes are going well except for the Roman Art and Arch. course, my prof keeps on canceling classes and not telling anyone, so it has wasted more of my time than I want, and I have feeling she will rush to play catch-up later in the term.

All in all, the change has been good, I miss the Farmers and the Farm, but I do enjoy the changes as well. I just hope that someone doesn't join the cult and replace me :P Thanks to everyone that has supported my going back to school. And I will keep the blog posted with any fun stories.

Brad

3 Comments:

At 2/01/2007 08:20:00 PM, Anonymous Aaron said...

Congrats on getting into school Brad. Good luck with your new adventure

 
At 2/09/2007 02:18:00 PM, Anonymous Jason said...

Yeah!

 
At 2/12/2007 04:10:00 AM, Blogger Vesper said...

good luck!!!

 

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