I've not been keeping up on these posts like I said I would, but I suppose that late is better than never, as some people have said. Yesterday, we got the first real snowfall of winter. It snowed three or four inches, and is sticking around for a bit, though it's warmed up a bit since then. Earlier this week we had some sleet, but most of it melted as it hit the ground. The snow made some nice photos too, here's a few that I was able to take.
Classes have been going well for the most part, and not much is new. We've already started getting ready for midterms in two of my classes, which is really strange to think about. We've only been in classes for just over a month and a half, and it doesn't feel like we should be getting that far ahead of ourselves - but then I realized that there's only about two months left of the semester. I have mixed feelings about this whole school thing still, but I think overall it's been a good experience so far.
While walking to one of my classes a week or two ago, I was visited by a nice little fox. I was running a bit late so I wasn't able to stay and take better pictures, but they came close enough that I could have touched them if I wanted.
That's all for now, but I'll try to get these out more regularly than they've been currently. Have a great time and stay safe.
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