I started in '04 in Computer Engineering, and after going through the shock of having no studying habits whatsoever, and the pain of repeating courses that comes with it, I've finally started in my concentration classes. However, it's not what I expected. I have come to realize that what attracts me the most are the fundamentals, the theoretical, instead of the design and application of technologies. Therefore, for the last few weeks I've been seriously considering changing majors, and I've finally decided to jump ship towards Physics. It's funny that something in which I've failed at so much, one could develop a love for. All those those times where I lost sleep understanding things like wave motion and fluids have made me appreciate the beauty behind the processes behind the deduction of such (apparently) complicated principles. So here I am, 22, having seen my friends graduating left and right, some of them even starting their graduate studies, about to start all over again. Hopefully it works out.