shhhhhhimlisteningtoreason asked: Did you like high school or college better? Why?
College. By far.
High school was annoying because you were forced to attend school and take classes on subjects you didn’t care about, with teachers constantly breathing down your neck.
In college…you have independence. You pick which classes to take. You can choose whether you want to go or not. You make your own schedule. It’s all on you. I originally planned on going on my mission right after high school (my birthday’s in November) but in hindsight, doing a year of college first was the right choice. I grew up so much my first year in college, it was great.
And you know what!? Life after college is even better!
Now I have a good job, and I earn decent money and I have more power over my own destiny than ever. Education, hard work and perseverance are the recipe for success!
shhhhhhimlisteningtoreason asked: What was your first day ~in the Army like? How did it differ from ROTC?
I got paid a lot more! Hahaha. But, in all seriousness, my first few weeks of active duty were nothing more than “in-processing”, meaning, I had to do tons of paperwork, medical tests, etc.
It was boring, and that’s putting it lightly.
I have very eclectic musical taste, young lady :-)
I normally have classical music on while I tidy my room or fold my laundry.
ninjaeyecandy asked: Read any good books recently?
Nope. I have such a short attention span it’s nearly impossible for me to enjoy reading books. I’m somewhat ashamed to admit it, but it’s the truth.
shhhhhhimlisteningtoreason asked: If you were forced to listen to one music artist for the rest of your life - church-affiliated artists aside - who would you choose?
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The symmetry and elegance of classical music has a timeless quality, hence the fact that we’re still enjoying Mozart’s work more than two centuries after his death. The Classical Era produced many great composers, but Mozart has perennially been a favorite of mine.
I’m also a fan of classical music from the Romantic Era, so I’d think Edvard Grieg would be a close runner-up!