I knew this would happen. I would get adjusted to this position, establish a routine, and become comfortable. Each weekend we have made a point to try something new in the city and to see a new museum. It’s been so exciting, but it has made this program fly by.
This week further affirmed my desire to become a teacher and provided me some assurance being a double minority in physics. I did a lot of networking and learned a lot about efforts to make physics teaching the best it can be!
If you are a huge fan of comics and fandoms, then you might be aware that this week is THE Comic Con in San Diego. That means that anyone and everyone that likes comics can go to San Diego and nerd out with other nerds.
We’ve pretty much all been in denial. I admit it’s hard to accept that the end is near (He, Infinity War reference, hehe). The 7 weeks of this summer has been filled with fun and chill times, exciting adventures and awesome new friends.
Disclaimer: No overarching theme that explores the depth of being a physics major. Below are some ramblings from this week. (Maybe this is another way I’m providing insight into being a graduated Physicist?)
This week was definitely a change of pace. But I welcomed it. I felt before this week I was beginning to get into a routine of waking up, going into work, grinding it out with my video project, going back to the dorms, gym, and then rewatching Luke Cage Season 1.
I swim to work. I swore that no summer could be worse than a summer in Memphis. Being right on the Mississippi river, going to work everyday was like breathing in water. My glasses would fog up when I would step out of my car.