I don't remember if I mentioned that I'm finished with class. Last Wednesday was the last one, with a take-home final due that Friday. The final was fairly easy, and I hope I do well as far as my grade in the course. I'm now signed up for English in the Winter semester, and the next Arabic session for Spring.
So now I'm back to being at home all day, working when I can, cleaning the house when I can't work, and generally relaxing in-between those times. This means I'll be posting more regularly, and will be working hard on getting content for some of my other blogs.
Generally, life is less busy which is good, but also a bit more boring, which is bad. Hopefully I can do some stuff to make it less boring.
Like going to the Baltimore Aquarium last weekend with my wife and my friend! That was an awesome time. I don't know what draws me there so much, except for the photo-ops generated by being around such interesting creatures, but I really enjoy it. This time I had another picture-taking-dork with me, Earl
, which made it even more fun for me as we both tried to come up with the right settings and perfect timing on every picture.
He succeeded much more than I, but we both got a good number of nice shots.
Maria and I will be returning to our old habit of taking a day trip every month to somewhere within an hour or so of home. Delaware is a nice place, with mostly nice people, but that's about all it is. Nice. Nothing really to do, nowhere to go beyond some historical sites, and as neither of us really care for history all that much we tend to avoid those. So, day trips!
No idea where to go next, however. If you were near Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, and Delaware, where would you want to go? What would you want to see? Dazzle me!