Saturday, October 12, 2013

Fall is Falling In Fast

It's been a while since I've posted here on the blog. Since we came back, we've participated in different library activities that seem to be funded either by the public library system itself or sponsors from family attractions such as the Science Museum Oklahoma. They all are high quality and range from the pre-school to the adult levels of interest. They cover topics from exploring the world of the Hobbit to learning about local cultures through art and literature.

School has also started up, increasing the workload while also adding a sense of rigidity and order to our daily lives. Day to day work is uneventful, while academics are rigorous but not overwhelming. Thanks to the efforts of administrators, I was able to drop one of five of my scheduled AP courses prior to the beginning of the school year, which was probably the difference that allows my studies to continue without swamping me.

The temperature has also been falling with regularity now. Daily highs now range in the 70s, with rare extremes in the high 60s and low 80s. Humidity also seems to be reduced, although I think that's an illusion provided by the falling temperatures.

Extracurriculars have also started, with the Canterbury Choral Society opening the season with Carmina Burana. They invited Canterbury Youth Chorus' Chorale and the Oklahoma City Philharmonic to share the stage with them, and it was quite the event. Also, the corporate rowing team for Boeing participated in the Oklahoma Regatta Festival.

Things appear to be quiet for the next couple of months. Just the regular daily activities for now. I'll post again when there's been something notable.

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