Wednesday, February 26, 2014

FC - moving my car

My father usually takes the car to work, so moving it was never an issue, but now that hes gone to Dominican Republic, its driing me crazy! Everyday I come home, and i have to grab the keys out of the bowl, and go move the car. Being that its so cold, I have to wait for the car to warm up, in order to save the transmission. (my father is very adamant about that). Then driving around in circles to find a spot that is big enough, isnt next to a fire hydrant, and still allows me to follow the Alternate Side of The street parking rules, because 'They are in effect citywide", goodness i hate hearing that. Which is why I dont drive to school, I'll never find any parking. One of these days I might, because it is just TOO cold to be walking. This is ridiculous how cold it is, going from 50 degrees to 10, okay im babbling.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Feb 12 ID

I am an intern at the Capital One Bank branch at Thurgood Marshall Acadmy. As an intern for this bank, I have many responsibilities and that need to be taken care of. It is very difficult sometimes becuse there are a lot of little details that need to be remembered when following procedures for certain events. Everything has to be done in a chronological order and althought doiong them everyday can make this easy to remember, if we miss a step, our boss makes it very hard to forget. Working at a bank at such a young age really is an amazing opportunity. At 17, we had more experience in the field than most grown men and women these days.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

CRR - Standstill

So for a few days most classes have been at a standstill, nothing has been taught, and no one is really paying attention to the enviromnemt and how its changing. Waiting for the break is the hardest thing ever. And then theres Finals on top of that. What are we to do? This is all important, but still not something that we look forward to. (yes, I'm Babbling, I know). Other than taking or preparing for exams, nothing really happens in our classes. Why? Because everyone's fed up with this school year already.