I’m sorry I teased you all with a password protected blog post. I’ve been so busy lately that I completely forgot I neglected to finish the blog post I started. To make it up to all you awesome readers, I’m going to do a special blog post. I haven’t decided on what “special” means, but I’m open to suggestions, so leave me blog ideas in the comments section, and I’ll consider doing it (i.e. A contest where people guess from photos where Appa, my flying bison stuffed animal, is on campus entitled,”Where’s Appa Now?”, a video montage of all the stuff I do on a weekly basis, me singing a blog post etc.). I actually might end up doing all of those ideas, but send me suggestions anyway ’cause how many chances do you get to see someone write about your idea?
After waiting for two weeks on a blog post you might be wondering, “What is Tiff so busy with that she forgot to update her blog these past two Sundays?”
I plan/do Microbiology Club (BSU Chapter of the American Society for Microbiology) events such as:
Help out with/win grossest swab plate contests (this was a swab of a dead ladybug in a window sill, in case you were wondering).
Organize/execute fundraisers for the local Animal Rescue Fund (ARF).
Hang out/cook with friends
My friends made these awesome deviled egg chicks for a special Easter dinner I spent with them and some other great people.
This 4×4 ft. poster summarizes all the undergraduate biology research I’ve done so far and took hours upon hours to make.
I promise my job as a student assistant does not consist of me just taking pictures of myself at work.
Keep in touch with my family
My sister and I “Facetiming”.
play basketball and watch shows/movies with my roomie, workout, go into lab to do more research, read books, study, attend other club meetings such as Chemistry Club (SAACS) Science Day planning meetings, go grocery shopping, apply for grants…
Lots of stuff, to summarize. Sometimes I reminisce about the simpler, not so hectic days of high school. Although there are times I miss those easier days of high school, I sure wouldn’t trade these busy, fun college days for anything.