Good news readers (mom and dad), the boyfriend and I are organizing ourselves to get internet at home. This means a few things: 1. I will be able to do most of my homework at home instead of at work late at night. 2. I will be able to update my netflix queue...not very important to you of course... but most importantly 3. I can play with my blog again!
The only project that seems to be in the works is my damn homework. As much as I enjoy going to school and giving my brain a workout, I'm having a little trouble adjusting to the schedule of class, study, class, work, study, work each day...it's a tad maddening. I know I will get used to it. The classes are really pretty cool (even for a community college--not really what I expected), and I met one nice classmate (mostly in the first weeks I'm finding no one wants to talk to you unless you'll let them copy your notes) named Nikita from India. My anthropology teacher is the most inspiring of them all, she'll be talking about this or that and then interrupt herself and giddily sigh "oh anthropology is just SO great." This makes me smile and really puts us all at ease. ...I will try to refrain from talking about school too much...I think it's a lot like new parents and it's hard not to talk about something that seems to consume all of your time and energy.
Other than that, I am starting to think about my Christmas projects. It's going to be another "Homemade Christmas." Not only because of funding, but because I enjoyed it so much last year (except the flu I got during the homestretch...) I thought I'd do it again. So, look forward to some more hilarious "Hannah in the kitchen" posts in the next few months.
Does anyone have interesting Halloween costume ideas? I am not even going to go into my rants about working in a costume store this time of year...I'm trying to be positive. I am going to be the crazy cat lady from the Simpsons I think.