Month In Review: February 2017
Ah, February. I’ve never really enjoyed this month—it’s too short for my tastes. If we can have so many months with 31 days, why can’t February get 30 as well? Only 5 months really need an extra day to get to 365. I’m sure there are reasons for why certain months in certain calendars have X number of days, but I digress. The month is gone and we’re going to March!
A celebration: I finished my draft of THE PILGRIMAGE!
A change: The weather changed a lot—it was very warm and spring-like on a few days, even including a thunderstorm.
A conflict: I felt a lot of guilt for being so isolated from my friends and family.
A relief: My graduation application was sorted out completely (fingers crossed)!
A regret: I didn’t spend as much time brushing up on my coding skills.
A random memory: I helped my room mate bleach and dye her hair. It took about 2 hours, and the bathroom was surprisingly clean afterward. Her hair no longer looks like a blue-and-yellow cheetah print.
I hope March doesn’t go by quickly. Once April hits, I’ll be gunning to get ready to move—which means packing, scheduling utility turn-offs, and negotiating with the landlord for viewings. Here we go!