Wednesday, October 21, 2009

getting involved on campus

I'm not going to lie, my courses this semester are not much of a challenge for me. Most people would be like,
"Yes, easy course load!"

but I'm more of a,
"Oh geez this is ridiculous, give me a little more challenge, please."

The other thing is, I'm unemployed. So, this means I have a LOT of free time.

Not a lot of homework + lots of free time = so much free time, Meghan doesn't know what to do with herself.

Story time. When I was at the other college last year, I was in a group called CAB (Campus Activities Board) for a semester. Only one semester because by the time second semester came around I was bent on being out of there asap. When I was in it, it was fun. The meetings were super quick and I didn't really feel like I was a huge part of the group.

Jump to the new school and right now. They have a club that is much like CAB except they are known as PC (Program Committee).
I heart PC
The members are sooo nice. I actually feel like I am a part of a group. The meetings are about an hour long. Everyone who is there enjoys being there and helping out and planning events. All members are required to do office hours whereas in CAB only executive board members had to do office hours. I think that has made a big difference between the members of the two clubs attitudes about them. I feel like PC is taken more seriously, which I as a member really appreciate.

This is what I've been using to fill that so much free time, Meghan doesn't know what to do with herself time. And I'm happy doing it, which is the most important part =D

In other news, I'm going to a Haunted House tomorrow night as a PC event actually.
And just to let everyone know,

I am a chicken.

I don't know how I got myself into it, but I don't think I'll be sleeping much tomorrow night, haunted by nightmares. *chill down my spine*

Oh and other fun news, I'm working at that Haunted House on Halloween for PC (I know ironic). I could be one of the people scaring the people who go to the Haunted House, but I asked what rooms there were and told the person who was in charge of assigning people to rooms that I was a chicken and she said "Well I need security outside." I signed right up.

I want opinions on this next idea. I'm thinking of focusing less about facebook and more on my blog. What say thee dear bloggers? Opinions are appreciated =)

That's all for now,

2 two cents' worth:

MoreThanMyOwnLife said...

I'm jealous of you. I work and go to school and it sucks. I wish I knew what free time was and would be able to join cool organizations like that.

Halloween houses scare me. I use to go every year for the fun of it but I still got scared. Clowns are my worst nightmare, I literally walked out last year bawling. It was grand. Haha.

Busy Bee Lauren said...

I am totally the kind of person that would rather have a challenge. I feel like it's a waste of time if it isn't a challenge :)