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knit me more time...
Friday, March 18, 2005
things I am insanely tired of

  1. snow (as I've mentioned previously)
  2. writing literature reviews (this includes rewriting them, color-coding them etc...)
  3. spring breaks that are neither about a break (I still have to go in to school to work so I can even just stay home and work in my PJs) nor about spring.
  4. spring breaks (and thanksgiving breaks, and holiday breaks) that are about getting caught up on work that there is no time for during the semester
  5. missing friends back in NY (so much it hurts sometimes)
  6. Madison (and how much it costs to get to the east coast from here)
  7. the Midwest (yeah, I'm over it)
  8. the poor grad student routine. I realized (with my 28th b-day coming up) that when I am 30 I'll still be a poor grad student (unless some kind of miracle happens).
I just thought you should know where I am at. But, don't think I'm not hanging in there, though. Despite being insanely tired of the above, I'm doing alright.

posted by knit wit | 3/18/2005 05:27:00 PM

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