I really should be doing some homework, but the need to write called. Plus it won't take me long to do my homework, and it won't take me long to write this either.
Let's see...the weekend was spent mostly sleeping. I don't know if my iron or B12 are off or what, but I have been dragging my heels for the past couple of weeks. The weekend full of sleep was nice, and I only had to work one day. I worked my first 6pm shift, which turned out to be easier than I thought it would be. I mean, the work load was the same as usual, but I was glad that I didn't fall asleep.
My sister was here this past week, and I got to see her a little bit. I took her back to the airport on Sunday, but she'll be back this weekend for a wedding. I'm a little sad that I don't get to go to the wedding with her, but there is a necessity for money in my life, and the only way to make money is to work.
So I'm quite excited about my future prospects as of late. It's really nice to meet new people and make friends. I have to say that I have actually started to notice the changes that people have commented on. I think I am a happier, more outgoing person than I was two years ago. I definitely don't have as many personal issues as I did then, and life seems a lot better. Perhaps it's the fact that I only have one more year of school, some of the best friends a person could ask for, and a new love interest that have contributed too this feeling of euphoria. Don't get me wrong, I still have my moments of gloom, but they are heavily outweighed by happiness.
I would really love to gush about people I have met recently, but I'm going to spare them and not take a chance of possibly embarrassing them. Just know that they are pretty awesome people, and I look forward to spending more time with them. And to those friends that I never get to see due to the distance in between us, I hope you know that I care and would love to come see you. I just need to have a vacation in order for that to happen. That's one thing I'll enjoy once I'm done with school: being able to have a job, but still schedule time to where I can travel and see people.
Okay so I started running finally. My lungs have finally overcome their illness and have no more complaints. I didn't run far today, and now I want to go again. Running = happiness = better life. Plus running keeps you in shape and makes you feel better about yourself. I just can't wait until March to see myself running a half and actually finishing it. So exciting.
Now I will go do my homework, and enjoy some relaxation before I go get some extra study help. I'll try and update more, and in more detail because I know this one was kind of vague. I just want to get people's permission to talk about them before I do; you know, so they don't get upset.