Thank you for all the comments yesterday. I wasn’t sure how the post would go or be received, but it meant a lot. We just need to continue to support one another and stay strong. 🙂
On another note, happy Friday! I hope everyone is surviving this strange heat wave. Yesterday really consisted of class, homework, traveling to the mall to pick up a computer charger (yes, just another expenditure…oh well, it’s life), and chilling out. I realized it wasn’t worth the stress to stay in the library all afternoon when I didn’t have to. Plus it was a gorgeous day.
Last night I also attended a business school dinner for the Leavey Scholar Program. I was accepted to this honors program in the business school during my sophomore year of college. There are about 20 of us that moved through 3-4 honors classes and all participated in a final capstone class together. The best part about being in such a program was that we knew each other when we entered each class and knew that everyone would put their best foot forward when it comes to group projects. Some people were closer to each other than others, but I actually loved being in such a group; it felt like a close-community.
I was lucky enough to sit with the dean of the business school along with some of my friends from classes. Have I said that the food was amazing? Because it certainly was 🙂
Hm, what does the rest of the week and weekend entail? Well, I plan to be a full-on college student 🙂 Class of course, sitting by the pool, friend’s birthday dinner at Elephant Bar tonight, hippie party tonight, Wildflower triathlon this weekend, Cinco de Mayo (“drinko” as some people put it but I will not be participating…not friends with tequila), and birthday dinner on Sunday.
We are going to Gordon Biersch and I’m extremely excited because I’ll be celebrating with two other people who share my birthday. The bigger the party, the better 🙂 I hope everyone has a fabulous weekend and enjoys themselves in one way or another!!
“Great minds have purposes, little minds have wishes.”
– Washington Irving