As I begin my senior year at Texas A&M, I have suddenly came to the realization I soon will be an adult. I have to enter the real world soon, but do I? I'm starting to look into graduate school dealing with Marine Sciences or Marine Mammal research. I have many options in my mind and not too sure what to do.
I create this blog post to congratulate the new marine biology class and hope for many memories to come the next year for each and every one of you. Through the class I came to realize what I'm truly passionate for. Ever since I have been part of numerous jobs, internships, and research projects that have formed and molded me to who I am now. I look forward to the many new and great ideas to come out on this website over the next year.
I would like to become a resource to anyone who becomes interested in marine biology over the next year, or would like more questions about it. That's the goal for the year and I hope that it becomes a reality.
I'll keep everyone informed on what I'll be doing this year, since I plan it will be a busy one. Hurricane season is upon us and I might get a chance to sit through another force of nature. I'll also be in Mexico, caving and cave diving, to learn and explore all parts of biology in caves. That's just a small sample of my semester, more to come.
Good Luck Marine Bio Class of 09/10~~!~~ Have a Blast!