Hey everyone! Welcome to my first post! I just want to say thanks again for this opportunity from Wentworth to share my student experiences with everyone.
I’ll be trying to update my blog regularly with happenings of my life, but don’t try to get too invested: I can’t promise how exciting each post will be! Most of the time it will probably just be your average week without too much exciting happening. But I hope I can entertain you to the best of my ability.
Since the semester is just starting up, I luckily haven’t been inundated with work, so I’ve been able to relax a bit. I’ve been trying to come up with a few ideas of what to do to better use my time. Some ideas of mine are to try learning another language, a new instrument, or maybe learning to animate. For the time being, I’ve just been watching some Netflix and playing some video games, but I’m not complaining. Netflix just came out with “A Series of Unfortunate Events”, which I’ve been happily binge watching.
This past week has been pretty exciting. Earlier in the week, one of my classes, MCCS Studio, took a field trip to the Loring-Greenough house, which was a historic house built during the colonial period. It’s really interesting architecturally as well as seeing all of the ways its evolved since its first inhabitants.
Excitingly, I also got a tattoo on Friday the 13th. Some tattoo parlors offered a special $31 deal (which is apparently a Boston thing) and I decided to get inked. I actually love how my tattoo came out and am thinking about getting another… Don’t tell mom! (Just kidding! Remember, tattoos are permanent so make sure it’s something you want. Mine was in the planning stages for a while.)
On Sunday, a few of my friends and I took a trip to the New England aquarium. It was nice to get out of the dorms and into the city, and Wentworth actually offered us tickets at the info hub for only $10. I’d highly recommend the trip to anyone looking for something to do, it’s one of the many things you can do in Boston! Afterwards, we explored around the area a bit, adventuring into Fanueil Hall and the Boston Public market. It was pretty enjoyable just wandering around a bit and finding cool stuff.
All in all, I had a pretty exciting week. I’m off to call my parents and see how things are going on at home.