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Wasting Time

It has been a WHILE since I posted. SO, to satisfied some people’s persistent requests to blog. TUTTLE! i will talk about nonsense. Life as a second semester freshman is definitely different. Co-leading/learning from Woorim in our Women’s small group is exciting, there’s some crazy interfellowhsip stuff going on. woorim can’t stop laughing(in a good way). and you know how woorim has this extremely deep laugh that makes you want to laugh. Outreach is going through some really exciting times. if anyone wants to conversational evangelize, get back to me. reading 200 pages a week is always a handful. school is tiring. But, fun. Pam Chan needs to stop eating bird food. My roommates/suitemates are crazy. The end.

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Good ol’ Samantha “woorim” Chang.

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LIFE!!!

wow, it has been a while since my last update. Life has been crazy this past year and finding time to blog has been not attainable. Starting a new school is a scary and terrifying experience… or so i thought. Contrary to that popular belief, I’m having an awesome time at Binghamton. There is so much to do, from InterVarsity (Christian Fellowship!) to attempting to join badminton, handball, and/or ping pong life has been quite busy. On top of that, I have my crazy school work. My time management sucks. Somehow, I still found time to make some rad new friends. Adjusting to life at Bing has been surprisingly easier than expected. I can’t thank God enough for always providing for me. Here’s a few pics of my life in Bing

AHHHSS!!!! I distinctly remember the good ol’ days when my Dad, Albert, and Me would jump on our bikes every single day and ride along the shore/bay at Brooklyn. Boy, do i miss those beautiful fall/summer sky’s that paint vivid colors against the Verrazano Bridge. Now a days, I have basically no chance to sleep, let alone ride a bike. So, anytime i get to ride a bike, its AWESOME!! Above is the Trek 7.2 FX. This bike is awesome. I finally got the chance to ride it with my Dad for these past two days. It’s SICKKKKKKK!!!!! SOOO lightttt!!!! At any rate…. I LOVE riding with my DAD!!! These are memories i cant forget.

I’m one of those weird Stats people that really like sports. So obviously, when the olympics come every now and than, i get uber excited. So just to get the ball rolling, I NEED TO BLOG ABOUT THE OLYMPICS.

enough said…. wow, this is just crazy. i mean…. i thought i loved the olympics… these people dedicated their bodies to it. Once you get a tattoo, its going to be there for the rest of your life. I wonder if these two individuals will ever regret inking themselves.

Smart Cars!!

Look at that Beautifulness

Look at that Beautifulness

Look at that beautiful GREEN!!!

Look at that beautiful GREEN!!!

Yes, I admit it. I have an unhealthy obsession with Smart Cars. My dream car is this…… beautiful, green, money-saving piece of metal. However, my dad will kill me if I ever threatened my life by driving this thing. Although, I imagine my car having a total paint job done on it. On the right side of the car would be Tigger. On the left side would be Pooh. Smack dab on the front would be Piglet. And of course, that back would have a nice big Eeyore tail! Of course I would have some sick spinning rims.

Angel of the North got COKED

Big Ben.... COKED!

Big Ben.... COKED!

The Bullring Bull

The Bullring Bull

Again.... the Clifton Suspension Bridge suspiciously becomes Coca-Cola red.

Again.... the Clifton Suspension Bridge suspiciously becomes Coca-Cola red.

Another company jumping onto the next big thing. To appeal to the sexy topic of Environmental Science, the sugary and unhealthy Coca-Cola Company decides to celebrate Recycling week in the United Kingdom by making famous UK landmarks out of aluminum Legos. This is obviously a shameless PR attempt by Coca-Cola. But you have to admit, this is AWESOME!

Life Recently

where to start… where to start…

Life as a senior this year was NOT easy. Contrary to popular belief, I was stuffed like a 30 pound turkey. Don’t get me wrong, Not all was bad. In fact, I had some of the best times of my life during 2008. Everything from Prom to Church to Getting my first job to Friends to Volunteering to who knows what else, makes me feel like a raisin instead of a plump grape. But, here am I, still alive and breathing and ready to continue. I am continually encouraged and optimistic wherever I am. No matter what the situation is, God has this funny way of reminding me and tightly holding me close so his presence keeps me all bubbly, happy and safe inside.