Well my car is packed with lots of crap for school 700 miles away. Told you it would get done eventually.
Our rental car packed with nearly nothing. What can I say-I travel pretty light (store all my college crap at college). In fact, I could have driven without the parentals but they always like to go visit my school (as if anything changes…).
Rewind a bit of how I spent my last day:
I went to the gym at 7 and had a date with the Arctrainer. Yes, it was glamorous I know. I have been doing intervals on the thing for an hour every single day. It does not hurt and I love feeling like I have some sort of cardiovascular power.
After my gym good times, I went from captaining USS Arctraining and Weightlifting CrayCray
To captaining USS RG CrayCray (RG=Real Girl…but sounds more shiplike).
Because I had a date with this girl.
Obviously I need to see my bestie before I leave. I swear the people at the Broken Egg Bistro must think I have an addiction seeing as I bring all my friends there and get the same thing every single time. Matt’s girlfriend? Yes. D’Angelo? Yes. All within two weeks. But at least Ashleigh and I went to a different location.
Although the waitress remembered me and remembered that I had a doctor pepper last time. Creepy. I wanted to switch it up so I got coffee this morning. Somebody stop me…
I did get my usual though. What can I say, I love my omelets like I love my men.
Just kidding but not really. The Greek omelet has feta cheese, spinach, onions, olives, tomatoes and provolone cheese. You should all come visit me and go get one.
But actually you might have to go without me because I’m off to New York. I hope you’ll join my blogging adventures for the semester. God knows what that will bring.
Question for you:
1. When (if or have you) do you go back to school?
2. Do you normally order the same thing at restaurants or switch it up?
I’m a regular to a T. I’m known to try new things though, it depends if it’s good or not. I’m normally a regular to a certain restaurant and have explored their entire menu. True life.