I have a pretty solid excuse, though. This month has been huge. Just before Spring Break, I interviewed for a position at a local company, and the week after break, I got a phone call, and was told I got the job.
That's right. I am employed. I started working part-time the week after I found out I got the job, and that was about a month ago.
This is HUGE because..
- This job is aboslutely, positively perfect for me.
- I am excited to go to work every morning.
- I work with some incredibly cool and super nice people.
- Graduation is in two weeks (eek!) and I have a solid plan for putting on my big-girl pants and working at a full-time, legit job that actually uses the skills I've been learning about for several years now.
To explain my absence over the past few weeks, I would like to offer the following excuse: I have been working 15-20 hours a week, going to school full-time, finishing up hugely important semester-long projects (Senior Project being the biggest of them), and, in all honesty, reading a lot of books.
I am planning on getting my act together in the upcoming weeks, because some big things are happening soon. For one, we'll be moving out of our studio and into a house. That's right a house. A three bedroom, with grilling patio, with front porch, with actual kitchen, lovely, wonderful house. Also, there may be a puppy involved in the near future :) .
Check back, I'm still very much alive (very much alive!).