Well, it's officially been 4 months since I last blogged. Yup. Who has two thumbs and is the worst blogger ever? This girl!
Anyway, hopefully now I'll be free to blog to little heart's desire since classes are over and I am still stuck in lovely Boston for two more torturous weeks. It's not that I don't like Boston, it's just that I like home better.
Anyway, since I don't expect the world to revolve around me (even though it should attempt to), my dad has moved almost all of my possessions out of my room and I am currently living out of two suitcases. Yippee! So I am living a very minimalist life for right now. It's kind of boring, but hopefully once work starts and the weather gets a little nicer, I will enjoy my time here more. Thankfully my room isn't totally empty, since BU is so kind to give me a very nice quality couch and coffee table and my residents were so kind as to do the exact opposite of what I told them and put a chair in the hallway, which I have added to my room's furnishings. I would take a picture of my room, but I even packed up my digital camera and am only left with my film camera. By the time that film is finished, developed, and up online, I will be home.
I have moved all my furnishings to the front half of my room in attempts to make my room seem half as small as it is, so it feels a little less empty. I also intensely cleaned my room. I eventually will figure a way to organize my clothing so it's not just bulging out of the two suitcases I have. Eventually...
Anyways, what I have left is: 1 1/2 suitcases of clothes/shoes, my computer, furniture (a bed with a fitted sheet, 1 blanket, and a borrowed pillow, a coffee table, a couch, a desk, and chairs) 2 bikes (Magaly's and mine), my backpack, bath and cosmetic supplies, cleaning supplies, my on-call phone, an air freshener, film camera, reusable water bottle, and...
the two most important things:
1. my Nintendo DS Lite
2. my cacti
That's all for now, it feels good to write. Now I have to think of something new to listen to so that I don't listen to The Starting Line's Say It Like You Mean It for the 11th time in a row.
Missing home! Also, congratulations Sue for graduating from Rowan University! So proud.