Wearing my Boston sweater and the warmest socks I brought with me.
It’s 8 degrees and rainy in May.
I have an interview today and another tomorrow.
There is no real purpose to this other than to say that I am wildly content.
I decided to go in a different direction today, and somehow walked out of my house looking like a California surfer girl.
Originally today was gonna be a “Chewie” kind of day. And instead I had a conversation about how I usually dress like Han Solo.
Someone else commented on how weird it was to see me in something so bright and loose.
I feel really strange about the week I am planning. I’m gonna spend the weekend doing laundry and some school work. And probably laying out in the sun for at least a little while. And next week is gonna be a weird trying to get things done while completely uninterested in doing anything productive.
And that’s that.
Working three jobs and doing the whole “full-time” student thing is great.
I’m hoping to be able to just float this year. I think I can manage to actually start putting something aside for law school too.
I’m beginning to wonder if I can keep up the pace.
I realized yesterday I payed 75 dollars to lose my license…
What a kick in the pants.
Can we just take a moment and say how much better pizza would be right now?
Edit: And now I wish I was in Boston :(
What a wonderful day it was. I’m sure I’ll regret it tomorrow, but now I feel content in a way I haven’t felt in months.
Moved my entire room around, on my own, into a new arrangement. Looks awesome.
Watched two of my favourite movies, about to watch a third.
Realized I will potentially have a job fixing watches. Tying myself into one of my favourite movies of all time. Definitely a good time.
And for dinner? Lasagna. Delicious.
Booked my flight today!
So pumped to spend a week in the hometown. I plan on eating my weight in lobster.
And then in crab meat.
I finished reading HP again today. And began my foray into pretentiousness with The Taming of the Shrew for my SECOND YEAR UNIVERSITY SHAKESPEARE CLASS. I fully expect to loose followers and respect from my admission of this. As an english enthusiast, I am taking this course because I enjoy it, not because I’m pursuing a degree in English. I’ve noticed a trend at my school with my english courses though; every english course I’ve taken so far here at school has been filled with people who consider themselves above the rest of the university because they “get it, man”. There’s a definite anti-corporate bent to my university, in that I feel those pursuing anything relevant to “the corporate machine” are looked down on seriously by other students. It’s no good I tell you!
Why, because I am interested in accounting and business, are my choices to take a degree in something I enjoy any less valuable or significant than your philosophy degree?