A co-worker suggested taking Vitamin D. He said it might be the trick to beating my blahs. Can a supplement really make me feel like I've gotten the sun I desperately need? I think the only ticket to beating the blahs may be my ticket to Florida on March 25th. I don't know if I can wait that long!
Yeah, I don't know about that "sunshine in a bottle" claim. But I'm trying it!
Sigh. Now I feel the need to torture myself further by posting an array of images from our beloved Lewiston that cross my mind whenever I'm feeling particularly chilly:
Oh my. It is so beautiful there. It takes your breath away. I'm lucky to have a family of awesome in-laws who love me.
Back to business.
-Finished my study abroad application. I hate sharing that I have a latex allergy. Sometimes I feel like that could be used against me... haha.
-I am in the middle of writing a grant to get some cash for the trip. Every little bit helps!
-I submitted a study abroad scholarship application today.
-I've been meeting with my French tutor (AKA my lovely former student Jill, a bright tenth grader) once a week on Tuesdays. We are currently learning numbers and greetings. I didn't do my homework for tomorrow (bites nails). Parlez lentement... please speak s l o w l y.
-Then I've got French table at my professor's house on Wednesday.
- Looks like departure will be on June 20th now. We will be gone until July 25th.
- I've got to schedule revisions with my teammates. The final draft of our research proposal is due on March 10th.
-Speaking of research, I contacted an PRX (public radio international) producer for info pertaining to a story she did on a street school we'd like to visit. I also googled and internet-stalked the peace corp volunteer interviewed in her story. They both got back to me. This is why I will always love public radio with passion. More to come on our correspondence soon!
Well. That is all. Stay warm.