Updated 3rd April 2013 at 10:00 AM by ii kanji
Very nice! :D
It's not menial or stifling to me. If you feel proud and lucrative, having landed and bore anew the prospect of such greatness in Biology for you? I say, thumbs up. You like what you like, and don't let anyone else ever tell you it's convoluted or wrong. I personally pronounce the opinion that details out and forth the phrase "congratulations". It's great that you've fulfilled your dream.
But to be philosophical about this, I'd say that there's no reaching prospect without changing yourself in some way. You'd rather not need to change others but yourself. If you want good change (though it would depend on how you give definition to "good" or "bad", in a way, as it may apply to either, or it could augment and weave into a deeper mesh of complexity), I think you have to change yourself in some way that could be bearing as impacting and not muted in impact. It's not to say anything was wrong with you before or at all, just that I think you changed yourself in a very positive way so as to breach the fruit of this very goal with such success on your part.
And that's indeed a bright and fulgent thing, by my eyes.