Oh my, I haven't written in here in almost a month. I feel like that's become a pattern recently. Not just with me, but with other lj friends. I guess we're just growing up and have less angst to write about. At least that's what it feels like for me.
So Latin Academy was great. I definitely plan on going back as an RA the summer after I graduate (since next summer I'll be in Greece hopefully). The male RA is one of the few people that I absolutely hate in this world, but at least now I'll never have to see him again. Emily, who is going to be director next summer, has already said that even if he applies again, he won't get hired. It made me laugh when he later said, "This was fun, I hope they take me back next year." Lolz. Man I hate him.
Things with Randy are FANTASTIC. Like woah. All that crap that happened before really brought us closer together and made us evaluate and work on our relationship. It's great. It's just so nice to know that we're on the same page when it come to our relationship, and to feel so loved whenever I'm around him. It really is great. On a kinda random note, I've decided that when we graduate, I'm going to buy him a kitten because he really likes cats. I just hope he lives in an apartment that lets him have a cat. How pet-friendly are Richmond apartments? Haha.
On a less happy note, all I can think about pretty much is money. I have so much stuff that I have to pay for before I graduate, and there's just no way that I'll be able to without getting loans. And the thought of loans terrifies me. But with 3 abroad trips, sorority dues, switching to my own cell phone plan that works internationally, buying sister-daughter presents...Ugh. And next summer I'll (hopefully) be in Greece for 8 weeks, which leaves pretty much no time for working. Oh well. End complaining.
Next year will be fun. It starts with a 2 week trip to Turkey in January, then hopefully I'll be in Athens, Greece from mid-June to the beginning of August. Then I'll be home for a month when I will hopefully be leaving for my semester abroad in Rome. It's kinda funny: of the last six months of the year, I'll be home for one of them.
I'm horribly bored at work, which is why I'm writing in this.