This is what I look like after a nine-hour study fest: somewhat tired, a bit annoyed, but mostly just anxious for a change in scenery, and sporting the oh-so-comfortable t-shirt-and-sweatpants/unkempt hair/makeup-free look. Now that's what I call living the life. Actually, I am really proud to say that I've been studying quite diligently all day; in fact, I only allowed myself three breaks—one for dinner, another for dance class, and the last one for laundry. (Clean clothes are important, too.) Do you want to know what the worst part about this cram session is? It's all for Physical Anthropology. Yep, that's right. Science. My least favorite subject. But I've gotta say, all of this evolution stuff is pretty interesting. Did you know that our ancestors were once all little shrew-like creatures? That still makes me giggle.
In other news, Mom and Jason are heading up to Austin tomorrow to help me pack up all of my stuff so that they can haul it back to Houston. While they're here, I'm going to take them to lunch, probably at Kerbey Lane Cafe, and then out for some delicious snow cones on The Drag. (Ever heard of Sno Beach? Talk about YUM!) We so excited.
I'm still having a hard time believing that I'll be leaving this place on Thursday. It seriously feels like I just moved in! Time sure does fly by, especially when you're working hard. And, honestly, it's kind of nice to know that when I come back in the fall, I won't be new or unexperienced at this whole college thing. We're movin' up, ya'll! But let's not get ahead of ourselves here... I have to make it past this week first. However, I'm very much looking forward to tomorrow's reunion with a couple of my favorite people. It'll be a nice break from schoolwork until my last exam on Wednesday night. Only two more days to go until my summer officially begins!