Where Dani writes about… just about everything!
Well, I just finished the PowerPoint assignment that we had to do for my nursing class. We had to choose a famous nurse from the past and make a PowerPoint presentation about her, and I didn’t want to let it get to the point where I’d be stressing about it a week before it was due or something. So I did it now. And since I have to make some sort of presentation for my Microbiology lab class sometime later on in the semester, this project was pretty useful as far as getting my feet wet in the whole PowerPoint thing would go. Up until this point, I’d never really taken the time to explore around the program… and as a matter of fact, I didn’t even own it until the start of this semester when I realized that I was going to have to get it for classes.
My birthday is next Tuesday, too! Wow, already? I’m kind of excited, to be honest. Not so much to turn a year older, because twenty-three isn’t a monumental milestone or anything, but your birthday only comes once a year.
I’ll be one of the first to admit that I don’t know that much about vacuums, aside from the barest of basics and how to make them work. Helpful and informative guides like the one that Go Vacuum has made really help me out at times like these, though. To make a long story short, they’re comparing the Miele Diamond Dealers to the Kenmore canister to see once and for all which one works the best. The reason that they’re doing this is pretty simple, too. For awhile now, the Kenmore Canister has ranked at the top of Consumer Reports’ best canister listing. However, what gets some people about this is the fact that there’s a clear lack of proper filtration… and on top of that, it can get kind of difficult sometimes to move it around and get it where you want it to be.
This will certainly help me out, as have a lot of different YouTube videos for a variety of reasons, when it comes to knowing which is truly better here. Like I said, I’m no expert on the subject of which one of these rates the best. I can tell you how they work, and the sciences that go behind it, until I’m practically blue in the face… but I’m no expert on anything further than that, sadly. Ugh.
Well, I got out of my Government class a little bit earlier than anticipated today. Wonders never cease! Sometimes. I don’t know if someone pulled the fire alarm because they thought it’d be funny, or because something actually set it off… or even because they might have been testing it, I’m not sure. At any rate, about thirty-five minutes before class was set to end, the fire alarm went off and we had to evacuate the building. Our professor told us that class would more than likely be over by the time that we would be let back into the building, so we were told to grab all of our stuff and that we could leave. That scared me a little bit! What was worse, though, was the fact that we had to walk right past one of the noisemakers on the way out of the building, and for a full few seconds or so I got some of those bright lights right in my face. Bright lights like that, when I’m not anticipating them, kind of scare me a little bit. But I felt much better once I’d made my way over to the student center.