If I hadn't mentioned it by now, I have a tendency to quote song titles. Today is no exception: this one by The Cure sums up my life and the life of most b-school students. As you may have figured out from the other blog posts, we (Fisher graduate students) just finished the school year. Spring quarter ended differently for me than winter and fall: somehow, I managed to only have one final which was scheduled for Monday morning. How Lucky Can You Get? (See? What did I tell you? Streisand song from Funny Lady.) Anyhow . . .
We are almost finished with spring quarter and I am shocked by how rapidly my first year ended. With its end, so arrives the end of my apartment lease. My roommate and I have decided to move. We get along well, enjoy living together (will for another year), and desire a nicer apartment. After hunting for a few days, we found our new abode, signed our new lease, and wil
Ever notice yourself having a train of thought due to a recurring theme manifesting itself in your life events? No? Well then maybe you should pay closer attention. Last we spoke, I just arrived in Peru and promised to provide you an update with pictures. I'm not one to disappoint . . . I just didn't realize there would be such an enormous lapse between posts. Well, as they say: "Time flies when you're having fun." Personally, I prefer: "Life happens when you're making other plans."
There are two kinds of people in life . . . those who are spontaneous and those who are planners. Sure, you can argue that you're somewhere in between but, when you really think about it, I purport that you find yourself in one camp or the other. Me? I'm a planner.