I have acquired wheels. I have achieved independent mobility within financial reason (in other words… gas is too expensive to drive from coast to coast). I have even gone so far as to seek a routine maintenance check for said set of wheels. I need to save up for some more fluid changes, but it’ll happen. It’s rather interesting to budget for a vehicle, especially one that I got for so little. It will take a little adjusting to get used to the two-door, but I don’t have to sit in the back, so it’s ok with me.
The plans, with said vehicle, are to get to work nice and ealy on Tuesdays, and also get out to some offices to clean up paperwork issues for further study. Next on the list of purchases is a GRE study guide and registration for the test, though I’m not looking forward to it at all.
On the upside, it looks like I will be hanging out at the HMNH, at least over the summer. My next step is to evaluate whether a T pass or a combo pass will save me money, the big question being whether the commuter rail is the smarter option or not.
Math. This all points to a lot of math in my future. To be fair, in bio lab this past week we did some math for considering population genetics and – gasp – I thought it was fun.