I hope things are going well with everyone! Second semester started at UW Oshkosh, so students are trying to get back into their routines. The biggest struggle for me is waking up for my morning classes. For the last month the only things I had to worry about were playing basketball, eating and sleeping. So it’s taking me a while to get back into the swing of things.
One of the classes I’m taking this semester is WBIS (Writing Based Inquiry Seminar), which is just a fancy term for an English class. Right now we are talking about the book “The Hobbit” and the life lessons you can take from it. Here’s something you might not know: The author initially wrote the book for his children. He wanted a fun, adventurous story that his children could follow and learn life lessons from. Pretty cool, huh? Other than that, I’m taking a math, art, and music class.
Basketball – Almost the End
We only have three games and five practices left of the season. It is crazy to think it’s almost over! It’s been four long months and 68 days of training and games. Our record right now is 6-16. It might seem not seem that great, but the progress that we’ve made this year is what really counts. I’m looking forward to next season already. I believe the team is going to improve a lot with everything that we’ve learned.
So to wrap it all up life right is pretty good. I still can’t believe the basketball season is almost over and I’m in my spring semester of my freshmen year. Time is flying by! I just have to take one day at a time and try to make the most out of my time here. Until my next post, take care everyone!