Feels surreal. Two years have already passed. Just doesn't seem like that much time has passed, but I have actually done a decent amount in the last two years once you stop and think about it. Still, it doesn't feel real yet.
Got to keep my keyboard though!
The week was pretty calm. We got back from our trip to Japan on Sunday, thus the lack of post for the previous week. Then I just spent the week wrapping up my work, cleaning up my stuff, and doing random stuff in the lab.
The most random, but most interesting, thing I did this week was definately a short video shoot. One of our lab projects found it's way to Daily Planet, which is a science show for Discovery Canada. They wanted to feature it so they came to our school to record stuff.
Let the awkwardness commence.
It was cool because I actually used to watch the show back in high school, so it was really neat. I wasn't the dude in charge of the project, but they asked me to be the main actor in the initial opening segment, which was kinda awkward but kinda cool at the same time.
The rest of the week was just finishing up my work and packing up. Friday was my last day and honestly it was a pretty bittersweet moment when I left the lab. Regardless, I went to Seoul for a job interview and then followed that up with hanging out with friends and playing Magic.
Went 2-2 at prerelease but I won one of the raffle prizes!
So overall it was a nice week. Lots of emotions though. But the next week is gonna be fun cause I'm doing my grad trip on Tuesday. Going to a bunch of different countries over the next two and a half weeks, so that's gonna be awesome.
I'll be writing about that trip (and my trip to Japan too) on my other blog, so make sure to check that out if you're interested.