i’m actually really psyched, even though it’ll be long days and a lot of work. it’s going to be interesting to be on the other side of the whole moving process after doing it a handful of times with a military dad.
my dad said all his favorite packers when he moved were female anyway haha.
i feel like it’s kinda fitting, seeing that at school i feel like i’ve had to adopt this “i need to prove myself” attitude since i’m heading into a major where the typical response is “oh, civil engineering? you know they call the building mann hall for a reason”. well hah hah hah to you.
not entirely sure what my co-workers are going to be like but i think it’ll be a good time with some interesting stories as a result.
6:45 am start time, so it’ll definitely be a long summer but everyone wants summer to last, right?
and i’ll find time to run at some point. that’s a given.
i’m so ready to find a job and run and have summer adventures with my friends here at home.
but at the same time it’s a little bittersweet because i know my friends from school would be so much fun to have random summer adventures with too, but that won’t happen.
my best friend is leaving on a mission for 18 months to japan this september.
i’ll probably be compelled to write more later, but i’m so excited and nervous at the same time for her. wow.
sometimes i feel like i should start a new blog where i can legitimately write about how i feel but then i realize that it doesn’t really matter who reads this anyways
i never posted about this but…
still so amazed by the fact paul and alex took note of the fact i really only like writing with a certain kind of pen, bought some, and built me a bridge out of them (i’m an aspiring civil engineer)
and then paul made the point that the pens were acquired without the use of fossil fuels (he ran to the store) and the cardboard was recycled.
such a fantastic birthday present.