Ok, so it’s been a while… and I still have very little I can think of to say.

Random thoughts:

-I’m going to a wedding on Sunday… not really a fan. The ceremony itself is always fine, but the reception kills me. The food is good, but I’m not going to drink (will probably be driving, among other reasons) and the loud music I don’t care about, dancing that I don’t like to do and a bunch of people that I don’t know and won’t talk to. She’s a pretty good friend, so I’m not going to miss it, but I’m glad I have a reason to leave early.

-I go back to school Monday… it’s going to be my final year, which means that in around a year I should be “in the real world” and I’m freaking terrified.

-I also have duties to fulfill as the Fencing Club president, some of which I’ll be missing because of the wedding, much to my chagrin. But, what can you do?

-I’m still trying to figure out if delegating many responsibilities that I feel I should be doing makes me a good president or a bad one.

-I’m not looking forward to classes, only because my schedule means that I have one class on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, but have a lot of classes (10-7, with only one break) on Monday and Wednesday. Still not sure how to feel about it.

-I like grapes.

-I need to do some more writing. I have several stories running around in the old noodle, but haven’t been able to get myself to sit down and write them, yet.

And that’s all I have to say about that.

3 thoughts on “So it’s Saturday… let’s see what I can do

  1. Chicago is a great place to come to work. There are a lot of opportunities, and after all, the Noony is here!

    But seriously, if you want to brainstorm job opportunities and stuff, let me know.

    I like grapes too! How 'bout that!

  2. Thanks for sharing! I think delegation beats letting something slide. Best wishes! I hope the wedding reception was somewhat enjoyable.

  3. As Darla said, making sure everything gets done is more important than who is doing it.

    I hope you did actually have a good time at the wedding. I agree that receptions are not always my thing, but I'm always glad I went in the end.

    Grapes are awesome. They haven't been as good this year as last year, but they are one of my favorites.

    Good luck with school, Lucius!

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