I feel like this week is already at its end because Monday was so busy and, in some sense, thrilling. I came into work early to get in an hour, then went on over to my first Biostatistics class. We essentially covered descriptive statistics in 2 hours, and will be jumping into probability tomorrow. It may not sound like fun to lots of folks, but I thought it was fantastic. After class I came back to the office, had lunch, then got back to work. After work I hopped on the 86, a bus I’ve never taken before, over to Cleveland Circle to transfer to the Green Line to make it over to the Publick House. A number of BA folks got together to wish a friend well in her move to the west coast. I hate seeing neat people go, but I she’s going to be really happy out there and back on track for what she wants and needs to be doing.
Actually, it’s that time of year when everyone seems to be moving or contemplating moving. It’ll happen again at the end of the summer as the school rush happens. I’m thankful that I’m happy and content where I’m at.
The last little chunk on my plate is to finish the application for the grad program in Environmental Management. I dislike writing about things I feel like I have said over and over and over again, so I keep putting it off. No more. I’m handing the thing in this afternoon. Then it will be done and away from my hands and I don’t have to think about it for at least another 2 months if not longer.