So it's the middle of July, the middle of summer, but for me, it's coming to a rapid end- in 3-4 weeks I'm moving into my new apartment that my parents so graciously rented for me for the year to live with my boyfriend. I transferred from a tiny college in the suburbs of Philly to Pitt. I've always wanted to attend a big school, so finally I'm getting my opportunity and even better, I'm attending Pitt's College of Business and living with my boyfriend who also attends Pitt. Additionally, I'm taking an online summer course at my community college, that's finishing up on August 2, but that date can't come any quicker -_-
I've only gotten to packing kitchen necessities and buying themed bathroom set because my boyfriend has a thing for themed bathrooms. Hey, as long as I can have a say in the bedroom and living room. We went to New York City not long ago for our annual summer vaca visit and we bought a bunch of beautiful pictures of scenes from NYC. I can't wait to hang them up!
After moving in, I've gotta look forward to potentially finding a little local job to satisfy my need to always being productive outside of academics. My real job searching comes in spring semester when I look for summer internships! Eek! Thereafter, I've got classes! I'm super nervous, it's like the first day of high school! (my school district had two jr highs and my high school had twice the amount of students compared to my first college) -new people -new professors -bigger classes -bigger reputations -and an even bigger campus! At least I'll be closest with the rest of the business students since moat of my requirements are fulfilled I can take and concentrate on my major and see the other kids in my major most often. I'm also nervous about making friends :( I lost some to colleges far away after high school, then to me moving across the state, and I keep in touch with the best of friends, but I still need a local few at school. I'm almost 20, and I feel like a 12 year old moving up to middle school.
I still have a bunch of personal goals to fulfill before I leave home again for school. Go to the gym enough to lose the extra weight from freshman year, organize my basement, read a few more books, and such. Ahhh, summertime.
How's your summer turning out?