I’m busy this semester… 18 credits-worth of busy. In the end, it’s probably better for me, because when you have so much work to do, it becomes pretty difficult to fall in to the grasps of senioritis – the enemy that destroys work ethic and attention spans of Seniors across the country, if-not the world!
Returning from such an amazing Summer certainly makes it no-easier to get back into the swing of things here on campus! I spent the month of June studying abroad in Florence, where I worked my butt off to fit in TWO classes while soaking in all of the beautiful architecture, AMAZING food and making new friends from around the world! From those two classes, I’ve officially received SIX transfer credits, bringing me that much closer to walking across the stage in May!
After returning to Amurrica just in time for our Nation’s holiday, I ran back to Vermont without more than a few-days-delay, and settled in to my new house! I moved out of my small apartment that I shared with three other students, and in to a REAL HOUSE (!) with two of my good friends. As Seniors, we are cleaner, more organized and … well, we’ll see how that goes once we are too busy to even complain about being busy.
This semester, I’ll be writing a social marketing plan (topic of choice), a marketing plan for a local bookstore, as well as a full-fledged business plan for a company that one of my friends and I have created out of our minds!! THE GOAL – by the end of this semester, have three amazing pieces of work that I can show anyone my magna opera (plural for magnum opus, meaning “great work”) and be proud of this cumulative display of my previous three years of education!!
So… stay tuned!!!