I’m not really sure how many of you there are reading this after my impromptu 6-month hiatus… Yikes! I suppose it’s been quite the busy few months, not that that necessarily justifies the extended leave of absence. But it really has been quite a busy summer at least. Currently I am finishing up my internship (required for my degree! not sure who though of that, but not happy they did), studying for the LSAT, completing my final classes, doing some extracurricular volunteer work, and apparently using the Oxford comma!
A day in the life:
4:00 a.m. – wake-up
5:00 a.m. – head out, catch the train
5:45 a.m. – arrive downtown in time for a short walk
6:00 a.m. – arrive at work
8:30 a.m. – catch up on the news
11:30 a.m. – grab something for lunch, eat at desk to ensure all work gets done
3:00 p.m. – head to the train
4:00 p.m. – arrive home
4:30 p.m. – eat dinner
5:30 p.m. – study
8:30 p.m. – shower
9:00 p.m. – turn on the tv, subsequently fall asleep
So you know, I suppose judging by the fact that I wakeup a good two to three hours before the rest of the world (around here anyway) gets up, and subsequently go to bed two to three hours before they do, that might be why there’s a lacking amount of blog posts. Well that, and I might be a little lazy… by shhh!
A few other highlights:
- I finished my last official in-class semester (of my bachelors degree), then my internship (finished on Friday), and my last two final classes will be completed this Fall online
- chickened out on writing my LSAT, rescheduled the test for October
- headed to the States next week, time to do some travelling (just to Washington and Idaho, don’t be to jealous)
- oh yeah, and my birthday’s on Friday… go me!
Those are my updates for know, but I have some photos and thoughts to share this week. So, if you’re still listening (or reading) check back later to see what ridiculous stuff I’ve come up with!
Thinking is easy, acting is difficult; and to put one’s thoughts into action – the most difficult thing in the world.
Maybe all relationships are made up of logical inspectors and emotional constables, and we need both to make space and time a better place.
You can meet a person in a minute;
Like a person in an hour; and
Love a person in a day.
But it will take you a lifetime to forget them.