Yesterday my street flooded!
But luckily my house is uphill, so we didn't flood.
Heaps of my friend's houses flooded. It was fun on Facebook.
Everyone commented on how their house was flooded, then pictures were uploaded and all that.
I've never really seen a flood, so I was really excited.
It was really humid though, and it was still 30+ degrees celcius D:
Oh wow, that sounds awesome.. It seems so interesting!
I'm kind of jealous d:
I only want to study engineering if it's environmental.. but my cousin (who did a double degree in aerospace and some other one) and my sister (who is studying material engineering) said I might as well study civil engineering, because it's basically the same concept, but with more pay.
To be honest, I'm not the smart type, so I wouldn't be able to cope with it..
What does that mean? I've heard of it, I just don't know what it is ):
It's kind of the same with me, I've gone from either geologist, marine biologist or environmental scientist to environmental, civil (apparently it's exactly the same, but they get paid more xD) or electric (in high demand, and the pay is awesome) engineering.
I might study for a double degree in engineering.
I'm going to start the last year of high school, also, the year that determines my future and all that.
Think I'm joking?
Unfortunately, I'm not ):
I've had a hectic summer.
It has hardly reached the 40s (celcius) and it's flooding up north.
It has been hot, and then it has been cold.
It is currently raining!
Oh well, that is Melbourne weather for you d:
Excuse me, do I know you?
I haven't talked to you in eons (obviously) and to be honest, I kind of miss the conversations we use to have ):
So, what is up? How are things on the other side of the world?