I defended my master’s thesis in front of people I really respect. Of course I questioned importance of Kermit the Frog as both a cultural and story leader.
Ten minutes before I left my house for that thesis defense, I got a job! A real job!
Five minutes after my thesis I sobbed on the phone with my mom about how great life is. It wasn’t just a bit either. I was honestly quite worried about making it down the Pepperdine mountainside without vision.
I witnessed a miracle. More on this during my next post.
I went to the beach, the pool, the beach, and the pool. (And have the uneven tan lines to prove it!)
I went on a successful run (as well as two other unsuccessful ones). Yes, it was a short run, but I was
fast having a blast vomiting running.
I tried to pour wine with the cap still on. (I had not consumed any wine at this point.)
I contributed approximately one and a half answers during an entire trivia night, surprising myself and others with my informational prowess. Be afraid, Trebek. Be very afraid.
I ate a quarter of a watermelon.
I laughed and laughed and laughed.
I played with eyebrow gel for the first time.
This was a week to remember (perhaps solely because of the eyebrow gel).