Senior year is about to start, and I'm so excited! The past couple of weeks building up to this point were difficult, but I was pleased as punch to discover that just getting back on campus totally helped me readjust; and living in the same dorm as last year makes it feel like I never actually left.
I know I've already amazed and thrilled (or perhaps bored) all of you with details of my class schedule and the books I'll be reading, so I won't subject you to that now. However, I will bring up some other interesting news...
I applied for a job in one of the on-campus coffee shops. I'm actually just hanging out during the interview process right now. I was the first to be interviewed, and now, I'm just waiting for our little "training" session. Ironically, we'll be trained before we're told if we have the job or not. I'm just hoping I'll get a chance to go to the second level of interviews....Working at a coffee shop would be a lot of fun, plus the hours aren't that bad. And I could always add this to a resume when I apply for a summer job at Starbucks, lol. But seriously, I would love to work in a coffee shop. What could be more fun than sharing my favorite brews with my fellow students?
I think the interview went well...but I can't say much more about it at this point. I'll be sure to keep y'all posted if anything happens.
In the meantime, I'm reading Tristram Shandy for pleasure, and waiting to see which books I'll be reading first for classes...and I'm totally eavesdropping on some girls talking about very many things, such as:
- The extreme hickeys Girl A's bf gave her (resulting in scarves on a hot day, and tons of concealer)
- The possibility of selling one's first born in exchange for text books ("it's cheaper and they will probably accept it")
Oh, the things you hear when people don't realize you're listening...