That was, like, a really. Long. Break.
This winter was the first year that I did not have to return to school before the new year to go on a training trip with the swim team to Puerto Rico. Instead, I enjoyed my time at home, and used it to get some things done.
Happy City; Transforming Our Lives Through Urban Design - Charles Montgomery
You Better Not Cry - Augusten Burroughs
LEED Practices, Certification, and Accreditation Handbook - Sam Kubba
Amelie, American Horror Story (TV), American Psycho, Ceremony, C.O.G., Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, A Girl Walks into a Bar, Lars and the Real Girl, Red 2, Someday this Pain Will be Useful for You, Submarine, Syrup, The Sixth Sense
Coffee, Red Wine, IPA's, Mojitos
Redesigned my website, made a LinkedIn account, updated my resume and portfolio, became a LEED Green Associate, opened an eBay account to sell my unworn clothes, began applying for internships, swam at an Alumni swim meet for my high school, had a job interview, went out to eat (a lot), watched Seahawk games, became a personal shopper for a friend, went on some runs, sent some emails, and a bunch of other things that really aren't that important but enjoyable nonetheless.
Tomorrow marks the first day of classes for the spring semester and I don't want to count my eggs before they hatch, but I think it should be a good one. The Seahawks made it to the Superbowl and it'll be a really good game. I already have plans for spring break to go to Arizona and then to San Diego. A lot my friends who were in Italy last semester are back now, and it will be good to see them again. I just need to stay motivated and on task!