Friday, November 24, 2006

Happy (Belated) Turkey Day!!!

Howdy Howdy
I realize that it has been a while since I updated...there's no particular reason for this most heinous delay, just me being lazy. So I thought I would take this moment to write a little update for those of you semi-loyal fans who actually read my blog. Life has been pretty good this fall. I'm home right now for thanksgiving, which has been good. We're actually celebrating today since my sister couldn't yesterday. The weather is beautiful, the fam is all here, so I can't ask for much more than that! School is going well...still chugging along in Greek. I need to work on my Greek homework sometime this weekend, as well as the ton of reading I have to do. But I'm not really behind in any of my classes, and for this far into the semester that's a real feat. So yay there. Umm...still waiting to hear back from Duke. Only a few more weeks and then I should know something, I think, and hopefully the news will be good. I need to get my CPE applications done sometime soon as well so that I can get that underway for this summer. And then, if the news from Duke is bad or doesn't tell me anything about money I'll be working to get my other applications for next year done. They don't look too bad, really ,and Yale Emory and Chicago are all due on February 1st, so that's convenient, at least. What else? Just started dating someone, so that has been lots of fun. :) Other than that, it's pretty much same ol same ol. going well. School is going well. Yep.

Hope you all have had a great Thanksgiving weekend!

Wednesday, November 08, 2006


It's November now. And what does that mean? Well, in MA anyway (and in KY too) it means that it's raining. Raining and usually a little chilly and you walk around all day sneezing and going from a chilly outside to an overly warm inside with wet jeans on. Ew. November. It also means that election day has come and gone by this point. ROCK ON JOHN YARMUTH. way to beat Anne Northup. And Rumsfeld resigned, and Santorum is maybe times they are a changin', as Bob Dylan used to say. If they change for the better, we'll have to see. It also means that Harvard/Yale is coming up next weekend. Dan and I got our tickets in this week, and the game is next weekend. Should be looks like Harvard is in good shape to take the conference, so go crimsons! It also means that UL football is still going on, and we're rockin' this season hard. Let's hope the cardiac cards don't make an appearance and screw things up for us...And Thanksgiving is almost here, which means I get to be home and see the fam. Seems like I've been gone longer than 2 months...I guess it will almost have been 3 by the time I get home. But in any case, that's a good thing.

On a completely unrelated note, I got a 95.5 on my Greek midterm, for those of you who care. Needless to say, I'm more than excited about that grade. I'll take a 95 in Greek any day.