Day 100 ~ 2 Weeks

It’s so hard to believe that in two short weeks, school will start. It’s mainly hard to believe because of how slow the summer went by so slow. Thankfully, I’m pretty pumped for school to start.


Day 98 ~ Unpacking

You know, the only thing that sucks more than moving is unpacking. Or at least think so.

The reason why I think so is because after you move everything, you have to put up with the whole putting everything away where you like it. And sometimes, that just plan sucks for the fact that you sometimes question “did I put the bookshelf in the right place” and you keep asking yourself a dozen other little questions in terms of where you put things.

So I gotta wonder: am I just that bad at moving? But I’m guessing it’s a good thing that I’m not going to school to be an interior decorator.

Day 96 ~ iPhone

So yesterday, I got an iPhone and I still don’t know how I feel about having it. Granted, I’ve wanted one for about a year now, but it’s weird actually having one.

I think it’s weird actually having one cause I have one…if that makes sense.

Day 95 ~ The Early Bird

For the last week roughly now, I’ve been waking up early; or at least what’s considered early for me.  I’ve been getting up at 8:30 AM on average.  Today, I somehow managed to wake up at 7:18, which is nice since it’s been ages since I’ve seen the TV show Charmed on TV, or at least it feels like ages to me.

One down side though, which I’m already feeling, is that I always start feeling like a case of jet lag has hit me.  Granted, that’s probably more from my body’s not use to waking up until 9 or 10 AM.  Yet I am hoping that I’ll be able to keep on waking up around 7 or 8 in the morning just because then I can get slightly more done before work and classes.

Day 94 ~ Finally Moved

I finally got the chance to move out of the room I’ve lived in all summer (Linden 327) and back into my fall assignment.  I’m happy that I finally got back into my old room, but the moving is what sucked about the whole process.  I swear, the moving process was invented to drive people crazy or at least college students.