And back to our regularly scheduled program…

March 1st, 2004 by MrLuxuryFashionGuru

As I wrap up yet another weekend (by putting off going to bed and writing a blog entry), I thought I’d dash off a quick entry for the benefit of whoever reads this blog.

New stuff:  I now have a job, with HUCEP, the safety walk program, which involves three and a half hours of striding about campus in a neon yellow vest chatting with people as my partner and I walk them to whereever they want to go.  It’s good exercise, pretty fun, meaningful, and pays well (better than dorm crew!).  I’m not sure if I’m going to stick with it, but it looks likely.

Also, I’ve started spending Monday nights volunteering overnight at the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter.  It’s been a good experience so far.  I’ve actually managed to constantly get more sleep and more work done there than an average night in the dorm.

I’ve been cleared by the NCAA (at last!!), so I’m back to spending about 2 hours at the boathouse daily.  We should be on the river from this week.  yay.  sort of.

Next week I also have to start teaching International Relations…  I don’t know how that’s going to turn out though, just because everything is so up in the air.

Some weekend highlights:

1) Went to Park Street, after missing a week during what was a uber-hectic last weekend.  I’m pleased.

2) Saw American Splendor, which is very, very good.  A must see for the discerning film-buff.

3) Went to the gym, and together with walking to Inman Square and HUCEP, I think I covered about 6 miles this weekend.  First real exercise in two weeks.

The partial corollary list of things I had planned but didn’t do:

1) Shabu shabu!

2) Biology lecture video and lab report

3) ESPP assignment

Let’s just focus on the positives 🙂

I’m praying for you, mother.


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