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3 Day Recap, Take 2

Saturday, September 28, 2013

YT was okay, not great. I’m all Shul-ed out, though . . . didn’t even want to go this morning, but had to. At least I’ve got a full week until next Shabbos.

The same major annoyance as I had last week was just as bad, to the point where I spent most of my time at home upstairs. Of course, this week meals weren’t as bad because we didn’t always eat together because of the schedule of stuff.

I brought my water bottle to Shul Friday morning (I usually don’t, for several reasons, but did because this was a long service with a lot of breaks) and ended up drinking most of it, which was great. I also got a chance to talk to an old friend who I haven’t seen in a while, and meet her daughter.

10 days until Disney. We keep getting emails about customizing our magicbands . . . which are sitting in my living room. Very bizzare. Whatever. I’m excited for the trip, but probably not excited as I should be because of personal stuff.

My first FIT class is tomorrow. I’m super nervous, for a few reasons. It’s my first non-matric class ever, and I’ve never before been a non-full-time student. Also, I might be one of the youngest people in the class, since it’s a continuing ed class, and not that many people take continuing ed classes in their 20s. I don’t know the campus and I’m nervous about finding the classroom. Makes me kinda wish I had taken a class at FIT when I was an undergrad (my school had a program that allowed art majors and minors to take classes there, paid for by the school).
Whatever. I could continue to list reasons why I’m nervous, but ultimately I just have to suck it up and go. And once it’s over I figure out my next step.

Anyways, I’m off to eat some dinner, wash my hair, put away 3 days worth of clothes, pick out clothes for tomorrow, etc, etc. Adios!
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