Happy New Year everyone! Cant believe we’re in a new decade and I’m still the same exact height. It must be nice to know that some things never change.
Anyway, I’m back! In Savannah. Today was the first day of classes and I have much higher expectations and hopes for this quarter. I really like my studio professor AND I have an actual studio which will be (hopefully) way more interesting than asking people about their eating habits or researching plastic use during travel. Tomorrow I have my class on financial reporting and analysis. I’m actually looking forward to it because I wanna learn about financial and business stuff and I don’t wanna work in another group.
My break was also nice, and also super long. Almost too long, like it made it quite difficult to go back but it’s ok.
I did a lot of stuff on my break. First of all, on the way home from Savannah, my first flight was crazy delayed and as it was I had only an hour layover between flights and with this delay and by the time I got my suitcase from the valet cart I literally had less than a minute to catch my flight to Harrisburg. My smart mother sent me a picture of the airport terminal so I knew exactly where to go, I just has to sprint. And unfortunately I had to run in my rain boots. I sprinted through the airport dodging pedestrians while the final boarding call announcement echoed through the hall. Bottom line is I made it to the gate huffing and puffing at the final moment that the door was about to close. I should really travel lighter.
My friends and I also had a fun friendsgiving weekend. Ben (my future business partner and current friend) made us a delicious turkey and everyone brought delicious foods and we just hung around all day and talked and played games. I love my friendy friends!
I also went down to Silver Spring and hung out with the Log. We went to my grandparent’s house for Thanksgiving and so much of the family was there! It was a wonderful time! I had fun playing with my little cousins. When I got home I hung out with my birds a bit.
Christmas was lovely. The Log came up for that which was very nice of him. My family and I visited some friends in New York and we went into the city for the day. We went to some cool museums and walked around Central Park hardcore tourist style. I highly recommend the Tenement Museum on your next trip to NYC. Very interesting!
So now I’m back in Savannah! When my plane landed, the flight attendant said “welcome to Savannah, home of the bananas” I decided to rearrange my room and lower my bed because it was too tall and I needed a stool to comfortable get in it. I moved it down a notch and now it’s much better.