Tuesday, July 22, 2008
What a year! All my travel plans just went out the door. It's been a terrible year for traveling. If you know me, I love to travel! There's something about traveling that fills my soul w/ pleasure. First Hawaii and now the New York road trip, usually I thought I would be really upset, but to my surprise- nothing really. Things happen and after what I went through for Hawaii- I figure there's no point of getting upset. Instead I decided to go by myself next Spring, since I wanted to go somewhere myself that doesn't need a car. If someone decides to join me that's fine too. If not, this will be an expensive trip due to lodging, but I deserve it and I can't wait! Especially after reading "Shopaholic Takes Manhattan", I won't be like Becky and go all crazy w/ labels, but I do want to check out at least one sample sale. Ok, I'm hooked on Sophie Kinsella's Shopaholic series. Its just so relaxing and next thing you know, I'm done reading the book. I'm finding bits and pieces of myself in Becky.
Ok I’m not doing so well on my diet. I keep forgetting to jog down what I ate. I need to go buy a mini notebook or so something. Other than that, I've honestly decided to give school another try. So I thought I was only 1-2 classes away from transferring, instead I need 4 including the stock market classes = possible 5 classes this semester-depending if the stock market class is still on. I know it's a lot, but I just wanted to transfers ASAP. Basically next semester I'm going to have no life, not that I really have one now. There are a lot of regrets why I didn’t take school serious. People say school is not for everyone, which I agree completely. Oh well, hopefully 2.5 years from now, I'll be graduating.
Posted by SillySindy at 2:30 AM
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
Could you pass the latest citizenship test?
"In October 2008 a new version of the U.S. citizenship test will be taken by all applicants. Could you pass it? The questions are usually selected from a list of 100 samples that prospective citizens can look at ahead of the interview. Some are easy, some are not. We have picked some of the more difficult ones. NOTES: Candidates are not given multiple choices in the naturalization interview. The following questions have been adapted from the immigration service’s sample questions. "
You answered 75% of questions correctly. Here's your rating:
Damn! =( I got 2, 9, 10,14, 17 wrong!
Posted by SillySindy at 1:31 AM