Summer Homework…

Something I’ve never had to do before college was homework during the’s not necessarily that there is a lot of it delete to do but when you are spending most of your summer lying down and mostly doing nothing it becomes very difficult to bring yourself to get out your pencil and notebook! I have been procrastinating since July and now it is mid August but I have finally gotten around to answering the questions that I need to for discussions and a question seminar during the New Student Welcome Week at my university. To be perfectly honest, the book that I had to read in order to answer the questions is not exactly my cup of tea. Actually, it is very hard for me to get through more than two or three pages without falling asleep. Even when I do read I feel terrible about not enjoying the subject of the book, considering that it is about how we can work together to help resolve the problems with world poverty, but all the facts, numbers, and experiments conducted within the book make it very hard for me to read an interesting manner… Don’t get me wrong, I would love to brainstorm on how we can solve bigger problems that we face in the world, so it really is not about the subject but rather how my personal taste in books is not lie in the non-fiction area.

Anyways, the point is, looking at the kinds of questions that I was asked in this pre-college homework, I was able to observe that the essence of learning is very much valued at my future University, which makes me very excited to expand my knowledge and my way of thinking.

About Phoebe Kim

Hello fellow bloggers! My name is Phoebe Kim, and I am an incoming freshman in college this year at Seattle University. A couple facts about myself: - I am from Salem, Oregon - I am 100% Korean in blood but I can fluently speak, read, and write in both Korean and English, and I dabble in Spanish as well! - I am super ordinary, and am very excited to blog here!!!

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