Thursday, February 8, 2007

Again, but with more time.

So. I know what you are thinking. I have started ANOTHER blog. Well, that is true, I have. But I have more time and more of a routine in place so I should be able to make more updates. Also, I have been less down, so reading shouldn't be such a pain either.

I am very busy, it's true, but in an interesting way. I leave home at either 8 or 9am and don't return until about 7:30pm (or on Tuesdays if I go to bood (beverages and food) with hoofers, it might be 10pm). So I am gone a lot, but, I only have three classes and an internship, so it isn't like I am doing a ton of work outside of class. Its just that I am working almost 30 hours a week, doing 10 hours of internship and going to three classes. I am just chronologically challenged. What I have to spend time doing is enjoyable to me at least.

Recently, a friend proposed a trip to NYC during their spring break, and I would love to go with them, but really, I don't think it is a financially responsible idea. That may make me sound like I am 30 with 2 kids, but, it's true nonetheless. Is it rude to counter propose a trip to Chicago? There is already a Hoofer trip going that weekend, and I think that could be just as fun, except for like 1/5th the price. I have never been to Chicago, except to the airport, and I will be the first to acknowledge that the airport does not count. HELLO?! Chicago is a freaking huge city, and it is like 3 hours from here, why have I never been there? I have been half way around the world to see places, but I won't drive a measly 3 hours to experience Chicago? Sounds ridiculous to me too.

I am so excited to keep planning the DGRT (the 'out west' roadtrip I am planning for June). Today during class I made a two week calendar and jotted down when we would be where... cause I am a bad student. :) Anyway, this will be a good place for me to keep the girls updated about that too. Also, while we are away, we could post what adventures we have found along the way (and feel it is safe to tell the world about, ya know).

Anyway, that is enough for now. I don't want to make this into a burnout post.... gotta keep you wanting more. lol. Till then...

1 comment:

Chris Hota said...

Umm, come to Little Rock. Everything here costs only 75% of what it costs elsewhere, so you'll make up the diff in travel expenses. :)