Staring at Mount Consumerism

Mount Consumerism (also known as my childhood room/storage unit for every damn thing I own)

Well, my “vacation” that began the moment I turned in my last project (curse you, choral arranging), and has lasted ever since, has definitely ended. Now understand that by vacation I mean primarily hanging out with my partner and other roommates and watching an obscene amount of television. This may sound boring, but it was outstanding. That is all over, lol. I realized today how much stuff I need to get done in the next week.5.

For example, take a look at what used to be my childhood room and now has everything that I own crammed inside of it…It would be optimal to bring some peace and order to this space before I abandon my worldly belongings.

Now in addition to doing some important chores today including staring at Mount Consumerism (see above) and going shopping for luggage and a new camera with my momma, I got to catch up with some old friends! By old friends I don’t mean elderly, although this is a cross-generational bunch. In addition to my long-time bestie/faux-wife, Kelsey, I was able to have lunch with three of the coolest educators I had the privilege of not only learning from but becoming friends with as well! Not only are the full of wisdom and sass, but they have some killer gossip!

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Lunch with (from left to right, duh) Mrs. Hart, Mr. Hart, Ms. Gift, Kelsey, and ME! and yes, I am still a child who refers to them by their “teacher names”

Wish me luck as I attempt to take the South Shore tomorrow during rush hour. Good God….

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