My time in New York is quickly coming to a close. Thanks to the end of term demands of most classes including three more papers and one presentation (today, not too bad) plus the pace of our second year project picking up life is pretty hectic.
I’m trying to do things in little clumps and move a lot of projects along slowly rather than focusing on one project for a long amount of time. My packing is a good example. This trip to England, thanks to my future move back to the US (have I actually written about this??? Hmm, another day), does not require me to bring home any cold weather clothing, nor some of the more obtuse books in my US collection so those things are heading back to WV.
I bought one of those ‘I’m going back to “my country doesn’t have as nice of things as London”‘ bags (if you’ve ever spent any time in Heathrow you know what I’m talking about) that will fit a small automobile or 10 little people. I filled this one with neither. Instead, it has books, clothes, jackets, and one of the chairs I really liked from the apartment. Actually no, it was a table.
Anyway, so far so good on keeping everything moving along. I just need to get to Thursday, on that plane, and home so the final chapter of this MBA can start to be written.