Since classes are over for the semester and I am at home for the summer, I figured that little updates on my life would be a change to my regular not so serious content.
Last weekend I spent two days driving home; well my mom drove and I rode in the passenger seat, but that is how I got to spend the beginning of my summer break. When I got home, I needed to complete some homework that was due after the semester ended which still doesn't make sense to me. While finishing that, my cats decided to forgive me for going off to school again and leaving them at home with my family. They "helped" me by snuggling at my feet while I finished doing construction drawings for my studio class and when I needed little breaks, I forced them to cuddle with me.
Tuesday I got to watch my sister play for her high school team because I have been up at school for most of her season. They had a tough loss and a few of the girls were pretty bruised up after the game, but they played the best they could especially with all of the injuries her team has had throughout the season.
I spent most of Wednesday sleeping and resting from all of the travel I did during the weekend since I didn't get the chance to when I got home.
Thursday was the fun day I spent taking care of stuff that I needed to get done. I finally got my license renewed from when I turned 21 and I worked on writing my cover letter and resume for different architectural firms in the area that my mom helped me find the contact information for. Later that day, my sister's soccer team was scheduled to have a game but after they started warming up, thunderstorms came through the area and the game was delayed for a few hours and then cancelled because of all of the lightning.
Friday: I spent most of the day resting because I had a large knot in the muscles on my back so it hurt to move around or even turn my head.
Overall, my first week back went pretty well (besides the knot in my back), but I hope to do more in the upcoming weeks like finding an internship and practicing soccer to keep up my skills over the summer.