…And my schedule looks as follows:
Tonight: Write rough draft for Writing II essay due next week.
Tomorrow: Work and class, then choir rehearsal until five. Catch up on Greek homework.
Saturday: Class. Write essay for history.
Sunday: Choir concert. Write essay for Greek.
Monday: Work and class. Edit essay for Am Lit.
Tuesday: Work and class. Do Am Lit project.
Wednesday: Work and class. Study for econ. If not completely dead, go out dancing.
Thursday: Work and class, econ final. Tie up loose ends for essays and projects.
Friday: Work and class. Study for Greek final.
Saturday: Greek final. Dinner and mass with Metanoia women. Go out dancing in celebration of finals week.
Sunday: Relax. Seriously.
Monday through Friday: Just work, no classes except for finals.
Saturday: Perform at commencement (Congrats seniors!). Go home.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18: FAMILY ARRIVES FROM BRAZIL!
Remember, friends: Just like Alyssa said, God won’t throw anything at you that you can’t handle. My body hurts, I’m sleep deprived, I’ve started having dizzy spells again and I’m so stressed out that “grumpy face” is a near constant, but there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. I have less than two and a half weeks to go before I get to see my immediate family, and one day later I get to see three people I haven’t seen in almost two years. Don’t worry, be happy. Even if I need to run the next couple weeks on caffeine and willpower, I’ll do it. Family. It can do that to a person.