Moving Out and Bucket List #5
Well, today round 1 of moving out occurred. My mom and brother drove over and we filled the car completely with boxes, suitcases, a guitar and my entire collection of nail polishes. I am still living in my dorm, as I still have two more finals to get through, but it's crazy to think we stuffed the car to the brim and I still have four or so more boxes to go! Next year I'll pack lighter--I'll know what to expect, what I'll need and what exactly I can mooch off of my friends!
So many boxes...
I don't even know.
Anyway, all this moving out stuff has made me nostalgic for the moving in days. It seemed like such a short time ago.
With four months of summer vacation looming ahead and my brain completely unable to focus on studying for finals, I've been daydreaming a lot about what I want to do and how I will fill my days in-between freshman and sophomore year.
First off, I'm going to read. Everything and anything I want. I mean it. I will become a reading machine. A reading monster. No one will stop me.
I'm going to sleep. I'm going to cook, bake, write, run, tan, dog-walk, sing, dive in a pool and be with my family. I will sit outside at night and just think.
Which leads me to make an addition to my bucket list:
Bucket List #4: Sleep on a rooftop in the city.
I may not see very many stars, but I love the feeling I get when I sit back and watch the city around me, particularly during the nighttime.
This is from last summer, when we went on a boat tour with friends who were visiting... It was a spur-of-the-moment thing, and sure the tour was absolutely cheesy, but it ended up being one of my most favorite summer memories.