Summer job is going well! I’m blogging about that too. You can read about my creations at froyoguru.tumblr.com. As a warning, your mouth may start watering.
I’m also looking for a laptop for grad school. My one that I bought in August broke and my Dad and I took it to get repaired. To our dismay, the part that needed to be replaced no longer is produced and cannot be ordered. I’m sad, but I’ve promised my parents that this time the laptop will be mine. I’m going to pay for it. I’m thinking this time around I will finally get a Mac, but I’m also not sure I’m ready to go over to the dark side. Anyone got a recommendation?
In psych news. I got the DSM-V as a graduation present. I skimmed the contents, but I’d like to do a little bit of in-depth reading this summer. I was totally nerding out when I flipped through the pages. I think this will be a handy tool for grad school.
My apartment lease is signed. My flight is booked. It’s really happening. I’m moving to Alaska. I’m studying Clinical Psychology. This is my life.
34 days until Fairbanks.
I got the latest Monitor on Psychology in the mail today. My mom thought it was funny that I actually like to look at my professional magazine. I guess I really am doing what I love. My room is a mess of unpacking, cleaning, and repacking. My program orientation is August 4 so I will be flying to Fairbanks on Harry Potter’s birthday. Today has been really lazy, but hopefully I will feel more motivated tomorrow. Sometimes time passes extremely slow when you are waiting on life’s next big adventure. I have the next stage planned out, but it doesn’t start on my time, which is frustrating. I’m trying to embrace this break, but I mostly want to get on to the rest of my life.
Writing my last paper of undergrad. Almost wrote “Pope Honorius III favored the University of Bologna and protected it from all the haters.” Struggling to force myself to not actually include this statement.