During this time I:
Left my apartment window wide open. (I am on the first floor and my computer is under the window)
Left my paper IKEA lamp on. (fire hazard?)
Left my car door windows open while at yoga- and it poured kitties and puppies.
Then I got home from yoga and texted while in the bathtub- which will someday lead to a iphone dropping in the water and drowning.
I also went to yoga not-so-hydrated, but managed to keep from passing out or puking up the absurd amount of coffee I consumed today.
I have put off all exemplars for my lesson plans (anybody want to make a paper-mache mask for me), an art history paper, and other schooly work due soon. I want to fast forward to May and graduate. But then I'm sure when the "real world" is in front of me I will want to rewind and continue to be in college for the rest of my life.
I HAVE almost completed my Peace Corps application, though.
Tell me, how do I answer this without sounding completely cliché?
"1) Your reasons for wanting to serve as a Peace Corps Volunteer; and2) How these reasons are related to your past experiences and life goals."
Florence, Top-o-Duomo, Transport me here pronto
I had good intentions and left out all of my painting goods to go work tonight. But am I going to? Noooo, no no.
I don't even have the energy to make myself food- not even the boxed microwavable variety. And when Jennifer's don't make time for food- something is wrong. I want the Tuscan women from my time in Italy to come live with me and make me this daily. Is that too much to ask?