Aymon and I have been living in the apartment since Wednesday night. We aren't finished moving in yet, though, as Aymon does not have a bed yet, I have more furnature to bring up, and we haven't even begun unpacking. There's stuff all over the place because we only had a few bags, so when we moved stuff from the dorms, we would bring them up the stairs, dump the contents in our respective rooms, and bring the bags back to school.
I still need to find a weekend job. Hopefully, I'll find something tomorrow or the day after.
Class starts back up on Monday, which is fine by me, since that means I start doing a full 20+ hours of work per week at the lab, which means I might pull together enough money by the 1st for rent. Ha. It feels so weird to be directly dependent on money.
I think I'm getting sick. Either that, or my allergies are going crazy. I'm not sick yet, but I can feel it coming.
While the apartment is great, we are totally isolated from everyone either of us know. Well, except for Aymon. He works with a guy in the area. But that's it. We need a steady stream of visitors so we feel loved. So you should come visit. Yes, even you.
When I say isolated, I mean really isolated. We have neither phone nor internet as of right now. Well, hopefully Comcast will show up tonight after Ay gets off from work, and he'll get a chance to call Verizon before he leaves for work.
I should've brought a book with me. It's 5 hours into the workday with 4 left to go. I love federal law, which requires me to be here for 9 hours while only getting paid for 8.
Oh, yes. And then I go back home to UD's spring concert, as I mentioned before. That should be pretty neat. If you're going tonight, let me know so I know to look for you.
I'm redefining my goals for this summer. They now include reading 2 at least non-school books, learning Flash, refining my perl or php sk1llz with at least one difficult project, the two classes I'm taking, and the two jobs.
It's not nearly as bad as it sounds, as I can hopefully work on reading, school work, perl, and php at work.
I've found out recently at least two people I know from Summer Stage a year or two back now have LJ's. I wonder how many others there are.