"I've been waiting for this class all day."
Well everyone, it's that time of the year again. We all set our alarms to a time way earlier than would be appreciated and drag ourselves to school like zombies, instead chanting "GRADEESS" instead of "Brains". Lucky for the ARL, our paper bag lunches have finally put enough energy into to run smoothly for a nice "Hello" and a smile.
It was a good first day in the Senior Architecture Program. Even though we prayed not to have to do it, the expected still life sketch composed of two chairs and a ladders. How Mr. Walker thought of this "work of art", I have no answer for.
After decent amount of time to put a dent into our sketches, we moved on to talk about the usually conversation you get on the first day of any class. "Here is the schedule", "Have your parents sign this", "Turn this back in tomorrow" and so on. Exciting enough, we breezed through all that mumboo gumboo and got to do some learning.
In the Architecture Academy, "learning" is not like it is in typical classes. It's fun and very useful. The topic of the day was property lines and building restrictions. We got to work our brains to try to figure out some of our very complicated property lines of our houses. Poor Kira and her power line situation. But all in all, today was a very satisfying day.