I got most of the stuff I care about out of the apartment, so that's good. I still need to grab my toiletries, TV, keyboard, and some random stuff floating around the room, but nothing too serious. Ha, luckily I have a spare toothbrush at home. :-P If you see me around campus and I look like Sasquash, don't hold it against me. My beloved mach-3 is still at the apartment.
Although most of my stuff is out of the apartment, none of it is unpacked. We have an interesting logistic issue here. There are three bedrooms upstairs. One belongs to my parents. One is my brother's current room, which used to be my room, and soon will be my room once more. One is my brother's old room which will soon be his current room. It has some random stuff of mine and some random stuff of his. That leaves my stuff from the apartment in the livingroom. It is like the Towers of Hanoi problem, except there are 3 disks, 2 towers, and you can't stack the disks at all. Okay, when I explain it like that, it doesn't sound like Towers of Hanoi at all. Either way, I am anxious to set up my computer and bed.
I forgot my phone today. It doesn't bother me so much as I don't get to talk to people as it means I have no "watch" on me for today. I'm a bit obsessive about needing to know the time.
I haven't gotten a full read on my classes yet. After a day of the Kino class, I am still not entirely sure what we're going to be doing in the class. Ruddie doesn't seem to be an ass, at least. Zilberman seems to be a pretty down to earth and funny guy, and I like his teaching style so far. Something tells me this class is going to get very painful close to the end. Also, there are going to be 12 labs in the next 6 weeks! Whoa.
Okay. Off to class.