Hello, you beautiful people! This has been a crazy month for me. Not that crazy is a bad thing, but I am hoping that February will be a little less hectic for me.
So in this post, let me recap my thoughts on the month, whether personally things that impacted me or events that happened across the world. I normally do not write a recap, but I thought that I would try to do it, at least once.
End of Classes (for me)
While the school year for normal college students starts up again in January, my classes ended this month. That meant weeks of finals and presentations, which caused me a lot of stress. However, I worked through my classes and now, I have a little bit of a break from school (Yay!).
Lots of Snow and Ice
I am all for snow and cold temperate areas, but there is such a thing as too much snow and ice. I slide 180 degrees in my car a few weeks ago. It was a fun experience, but I would prefer it to not happen again.
So if you have been paying attention to the news recently, there has been a major disease in China, which has begun to spread. The coronavirus death and infection count has gotten major coverage in the media, which has caused worry among the public. Even though the majority of deaths from the coronavirus happens to people who are vulnerable, I still worry if that slight cough that I have had for a week is actually the coronavirus…
The Helicopter Crash
It was a sad day, which took the lives of nine people. I drew a picture for this tragic event.
This is the month where I decided to donate $1 for every like I receive on a January post. I will make a post in the next few days, when I calculate the total amount and donate to St. Jude’s Hospital. If you want to maximize the amount of money I will donate out-of-pocket, like the following posts: Helicopter memorial, Mr. Peanut Obituary, Kid’s Movie Immortality, Charity announcement and finally, this post. Obviously, you do not have to like the posts, if you do not want to.
With that being said, I am excited to see what the future holds. Hopefully, February will be fun and exciting!