I am 25 minutes from leaving for the airport and there must be a lot of things I haven’t done. But that’s okay. I’m ready. Sooooooooo ready. I’m currently listening to the Touch My Clickwheel show at www.georgetownradio.com and it’s possibly the most wonderful way to leave the United States. It’s my first time listening to it and may I say that we (yes, I’m claiming it for myself too) are hilarious and interesting and have amazing song choices.
I’m kind of in a bad mood pre-leaving the U.S. which is spurring my enthusiasm for London, but I will blame it on the swollen, tumorous lymph nodes on my left side… AND the packing. So… beware London. I’m possibly bringing mononucleosis across the pond (but hopefully not). Ok, some may think I’ve wasted my last minutes on the internet but I don’t agree. I’ve updated my facebook (which I irrationally wiped clean) and established an identity so LSE people can at least judge me properly (I will judge you). And here I am updating this blog. Also, I changed my voicemail greeting. Woo. Ok, that’s enough. Talk to you soon from across the pond. I will continue to overuse that phrase.
I’m 1.5 days into the two weeks I’ll be spending on the East Coast before my departure to London. What can I say… I’m tired. Flying East is always worse than West. I went to sleep at 11PM EST, which is strange considering I’d been going to bed at 1 or 2AM PST. I’m off to Boston tomorrow and have unpacked from California, packed for Boston/DC for the most part, sorted through things, and half-packed for London. When will packing end? Very, very soon.
Not much to say here, except that I am itching to have a space of my own for a year. I cannot wait until I don’t have to move or pack again. I’ve said that repeatedly but it’s wearing down on me. But I will say that through all the moving around, I’ve been very well taken care of by my lodgers of sorts. It’s a little bit bittersweet that the fall season is upon us, but as I discussed with Kate, it’s mostly because my wardrobe is suited for summer. And by not suited… I mean… I adapt to winter by wearing my coat over my sweatshirt over my short-sleeve t-shirt with jeans over long underwear. Maybe a beanie thrown in there. Alright, I’m all out of words because I made two posts on my other blog (related to my Gtown radio show) Touch My Clickwheel today. See you for now.