This is my fabulous class. I actually have fun there. Which in itself is so astounding that the mind boggles.
I can't even begin to explain how hectic life is right now. But I've never, never had so much fun. Even out of school. I've made awesome friends who cook for me. What more could I ask for?
The faculty is mind-blowing. I'm not going to go through the name-taking process here. Apart from William Anderson, Katie Youn, Cathy Waters and Thomas Vogel. The classes are painful, fun, hair ripping and thrilling stuff. We are expected to inhale unhealthy amounts of academic material, but I suppose its all a part of a grad student's life.
[I also have a job by the way. Like you care. But it pays. So there. In your face.]
I love Boston. It's amazing. It's like a living, breathing gothic revival experience. The best part of my day is this place called Reflection Point. It's 3 minutes away from my home, in the middle of the city and totally surreal.
Contaminating the water at Reflection Point
Bath time at the fountain in Reflection Point
A view of a beautiful church (of science(!!)) around the Reflection Point
So I guess, by now you've realized about my love affair with this place. Winter is going to drain it dry, but still, small pleasures.
I know its difficult to wrap your head around me being busy, but you have to start believing this guys.
But not all has changed. I still reach class late almost every single day. :D