Goes out like a lamb?
Well, we'll see. The beginning of March brought the largest snow storm of the year to the Philly area! But no snow day :(. This past week before break was pretty stressful, but there was enough goodness mixed in that it was a net positive!
I'm really appreciating these last weeks at Swarthmore. I realize that the goodbyes will be painful, even though I am ready to leave. It will be a great relief to know that I have some postgraduation plans nailed down, but I feel like something is brewing. I can see an outline through the clouds of uncertainty finally.
Some of us rounded out our week with a night of "fake karaoke," which was so much fun and very low key. Wow, I used to have such terrible music taste. Maybe in 10 years I'll look back and think that same thought of myself at this very moment, but I hope not.
No crazy or intense spring break plans for me just some needed rest and relaxation. I started off by going with Melissa and Jessica to a farmer's market in Lancaster, then going for a leisurely buggy ride through Amish country, and rounding off the evening with Cranium and chatting. I definitely recommend trying spaghetti pizza for anyone headed out to Lancaster, PA. Next time I must also vist a smorgasborg and have some shoefly pie.
Hopefully, I'll get some applications finished and study for the FEs. Not terribly exciting, but that's to come. Home sweet home for a few days.
By the way spring forward is not as cool as fall back, in reference to DST. I say we just keep gaining an extra hour every 6 months.