Wednesday, May 20, 2009

go go go

Just got home on Monday from school. I moved into the apartment for next year, and stayed for graduation. I was so proud of all my girls. Literally, I was beaming. Next year that will be me up there, which is pretty exciting. I stayed and hung out with a friend Sunday night, and it wasn't until coming home on Monday that it hit me that it's over. The past three months have been so fast, filled with one thing to do after another. I haven't been able to sit and think for so long, and now that I have the chance, it's a little weird. You just realize how fast it goes.

And now I am home for a week. This weekend I'm moving down to DC with my bro. We haven't lived together in a few this is going to be a riot. I start the internship at NIH on Tuesday. I'm going big girl clothes shopping Friday with mom. It's gonna be weird getting dressed up professionally each day, when i'm used to T's and jeans...but I guess we all gotta grow up sometime.

Until then, I'm going to enjoy what time I have. Off to nap outside...maybe even play some guitar.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

The End of a Year Begins the Start of Something New...

Unbelievable, school is out...the grades are in, and it's all good. I'm still here at WAC for peer mentor training. I caught a virus or something so I haven't been right on par, but that's alright. Win some, ya lose some.

Tomorrow is the last day of training. It's been cool getting to know new people. I will admit I am going to miss the hell out of the senior class. This year has been an amazing one, and I attribute a lot of that to the amazing friendships that I have gained and strengthened. But with each new year, comes new folks, so I'm excited to see what's in store for August.

Until then, I'll be living with my bro in DC for the summer. I got an internship through a heads up from one of my psych. professors, applied and got it. Being 21, with good friends in a great city should be great times. It's definitely gonna be different going from my usual summers of teaching tennis and camp counseling to a real 8-5 at the NIH- but hey I guess it's time to grow up sometime...