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College Life: Project

I’m participating in this week’s One Word Wednesday challenge again, with the theme project. I’m also using it as a means of apology for the very short updates lately: you see, my “project” is finals.

My finals this semester consist of four college papers and one exam, so I just haven’t had the time to write well thought-out or sentimental posts about the end of the year or Mother’s Day, which I really wanted to do. Right now I still have 1 1/2 papers and the exam left, but I’m getting there.

Another “project” I have going now, with the end of the semester fast approaching, is goodbye cards for my roommates and friends.

I was woken up early by the Environmentalist this morning and was about to hide my face under my pillow when I realized she was leaving.

Like, moving out. Of our room. Forever.

Cue the nostalgia.

I feel really grateful for the experiences I’ve had this year and for the people that I’ve met. I’m also excited to share more about them, and about my life, when I return home next week. But for now, I need to hit the books, hug my friends goodbye, and cry a little over my life choices (WHY did I put off my work this late??). Wish me luck.

With love,
Sara

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PS: For those of you who have missed my sense of humor and general eccentricities in the last few weeks, let me tell you a story. After spending a few days working at a friend’s house this weekend, I was sleep-deprived to the point of other-worldliness last night, as well as stressed as all get-out over finals.

The Illustrator and I were calling on Skype, and he was trying to tell me a funny story, but Skype kept freezing every time he reached the punchline. As he froze for the sixth time, I said in frustration, “This makes me so mad that I want to rip my pants apart!”, hulk-style.

As he laughed, he froze again, and my sleep-deprived mind thought to itself, “You know what would be really funny?”

I… just…
It’s finals. Please don’t judge me.

 

Sara Laughed

Hey hey! I'm Sara, an American writer living in the Netherlands and working as a product manager.

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