I've managed to get amazingly better at welding in a short span. Dan is willing to let me start doing the actual work for the next project we have, rather than just tacking and non-structural welds. This makes me happy, as it means I'll have not only a skill that most do not have, but I'll also have a resume of projects I have done. All my other classes are doing great as well, but I have to see my adviser in order to register next semester, which is just a pain in the ass.
Oh yeah, I gashed open my right hand and needed three stitches to close it back up. I could see the tendon and everything. I didn't feel a thing, simply because I was amazingly high on adrenaline in seconds flat. If I wasn't, I don't think I would have managed to be as amused by it as I was. Watching them stitch my hand close was cool to watch, but they itched for a while after wards. They come out tomorrow.
And I have a mohawk now. Sleep time.