Things that I should do is to have someone semi-professional take a look at my resume for suggestions (I just finished it), talk to others about possible careers, to see if I'm being dumb about not wanting to go to grad school, and my last year here. I also should do my homework, which I still don't really want to do (either because it seems pointless for what I want to do/have a passion for or because it's tedious).
I've also been annoyed at my body lately...my knees are being stupid and hurting (both of them this time, with the one from before hurting worse than the other), which means that I should try doing my physical therapy exercises again or go back to the doctor. I've had a headache ranging from slight to pounding for the last week, and I feel like I have a cold but it's allergies (I think). Also my shoulder was having random sharp pains yesterday along with the knees hurting.
I have no clue what I'm doing for work this summer. I will probably just go home and do whatever, and find a decently paying job that comes along in the area or something...I'm beginning to not care as much since I have no clue what I'm doing anymore. I would love to go back to camp, but I just can't commit to the whole summer because of a family reunion, needing money to pay for my part of a house, Sonshine festival, and because it would be hard to not see or talk to Dean much for another summer.
And just for kicks and giggles, I'll tell whoever reads this that I've recently had a new experience: alcohol. Before anyone freaks out, it was one drink (which made me shudder half the time), and it was because I was celebrating Dean's 21st b-day with him (and because I was a little curious). Nothing happened though...I was very slightly dizzy for like 10-15 minutes is all...I'm still quite against the abuse of alcohol and apprehensive about it, after all.
Whoot, my mid-semester slump is ending! I think that since it's my 4th year in college, I start to resent the fact that I'm still here in the middle of the semester, slack off, and get crabby and stressed. I feel better but sleepy this week, and even feel like I'm accomplishing something again, not to mention enjoying learning. My psych classes are starting to intersect with real, everyday life too, which is flipping sweet and makes me love the subject more. I see examples from what I'm learning in my friends, on tv or the internet, and in myself.