So I’m not really sure how I went from isolation and just feeling out projects that I wasn’t really sure how to start to having more to do before I leave, but somehow I have.
My schedule has, generally speaking, been wide open for the last couple weeks. I’ve had no specific plans, just a handful of projects to work on. Tomorrow morning I need to call Apple Store Business Solutions back to see if they have any information about how I can sync my mammoth database (the one I’ve spent most of my time building) with Jeff’s new ipad. Then I need to finish news updates for the new site, which I promise is coming very soon. And let me tell you, it is AMAZING. My LSAT study books arrive tomorrow (yeah!) I’ve been tossing some ideas on what I need to get in order to formalize the intern program, and the new intern, here to prepare for the tutoring program starting next summer arrived- today.
Beyond that, I have maybe a 100 or so pages still to read and I need to buy a new suit jacket for before I leave for Baltimore on Sunday. When I get back, I have a week to wrap everything up, go to Wesleyan and pick up my winter clothes, put on another iserve for two more teams, and on August 10th I fly home.
That trip will include an eye appointment, loan appointment, and dentist appointment. Oh, and then spending time with my family. Also my 21st birthday.
On the 17th, I fly back to New York, were I will pick up my bags and spend the night. On the 18th, I fly to Spain, where I will have two weeks of MUCH NEEDED language skills prep, then schools starts. I haven’t spoken in Spanish in over a year, and none of my classes will be in English.
Holy cow. I’m really not complaining, because of all people, goodness knows I needed my schedule to fill up a little bit. I think it’s just the transitioning phase back to normal crazy life that is the challenging part. And hey, at least I’m healthy now.