Actually, my life has become very wonderful here in the Ann Arbor Bubble. I know that I have written that I don't enjoy using my digital camera anymore, but this is sort of a collection of the past couple of weeks. Here, we have a Republic meeting, paid for by the university, in order to plan some activities for the year. We just ate and had a full, funny time. It was delicious.
This is a new kid on the bloc, Molly.
Alright, a few weeks ago i got trapped in the rain and it didn't stop. Flash floods and the streets were gone. Very impressive and very surreal at the same time.
Out of their element.
Scott and I, both wet and dry.
Also, I got a new job with a laboratory treating Muscular Dystrophy. I am the new research assistant, and actually start tomorrow. It is in the brand new science research building on campus. Very enviable, and I'll have 24 hour access to the building and lab...
Here is my Organic Chemistry professor taking pictures of her immense lecture at 11am. She is so good, people come from other lecturers to even sit in the aisles and on the floor just to hear her explanations. She's very cool.
This is the biggest lecture hall at my school. 400 people, about.
Some real photos soon. Our camera club is technically getting right under way, so I will technically be making photos and developing them for free in the near future.