Sorry I haven't updated in forever. Between the three projects I had the same week my ten page honors project proposal was due, having a lot of trouble finding summer work, the semester ending, blah blah blah, I've been psychotically stressed which leads to some pretty talented freaking out. I started out last week feeling pretty shitty, but by the end of the week things started getting better, which, you know, yay?
Let's see, I got elected publicity chair for the oberlin college democrats! Which is pretty awesome! Especially since I really just started being an active member when I got back from Japan this semester. I really wasn't expecting to win, because I was running against another girl (who was actually in my first year seminar, and is really nice!) who has been in the Dems longer than I have, and has actually, you know, worked on political campaigns before. I guess I gave a really good "vote for me please" speech at the meeting? woo.
Also, I finally found a job for this summer! Which is actually currently causing a bit of stress. I got offered a summer job as the web master for the oberlin college special collections archives, which would be a good job! But I also interviewed for another job, that would be my first choice I think, but I haven't heard back from yet. So I sort of have to tell the archives job one way or another today, but I don't know what to do if I don't hear back from the other job really soon. :| But I have a job, at least!
Anyway, exam schedule:
Today 3:30 - Final Japanese paper due (almost done, actually. the one thing I actually worked ahead on. mostly while procrastinating other work. ha ha)
Monday and Tuesday - Reading period
Wednesday 9 - 11 am - Japanese final
Thursday 7 - 9 pm - Comp Sci final
Saturday 9 - 11 am - Econ Final
Saturday noon - Creative Writing portfolio due
So luckily things are fairly evenly spaced, too. Though I've got a ton of studying to do for all the finals, and my portfolio is probably only half done at this point. :||| The break I get between the end of finals and when I move back to Oberlin to start work will be really, really nice.