Welp, yesterday it was goodbye Indiana and hello Texas, where I was greeted by a beautiful expanse of dryland and excessive temperatures. Lovin' life, let me tell you. Actually, haven't been outside past walking out of the airport to my ride and out of my ride to my temporary home for yesterday and today. haha.
It's good to be back in the wack, got to see several friends last night so that was lovely, but I feel like I didn't get to properly say goodbye to Indiana. Leaving snuck up on me so quickly; I packed everything the day before I left and missed out on seeing a handful of people one last time till Christmas.
However, the point of this post is not going to be me being all sad I'm not home anymore. This is home. sort of. It'll take some getting used to again, but I'm glad I'm here and excited for things to get rolling here. It's gonna be a swell semester, I know. I am so appreciative of all the wonderful people I know down here who are there to help me and house me and feed me and love on me. It's really fabulous.
I'm excited to hopefully meet new people, people who live nearer to IN preferrably. =) Funny, on my flight from Dallas to Waco yesterday there were so many Baylor folk[yeah I just said folk..] and the guy I sat next to is a sophomore too and he was from California. We didn't exchange names..whoops. But the story is that the girl across from us was wearing a Purdue sweatshirt and I asked her if she was from Indiana or what when we got off the plane; sadly she was from Chicago, not Indy, but she was looking at Baylor for grad school and knew people at Purdue and I just thought that was so great. I love meeting people who aren't from Texas. Haha
Here's to a joyous semester of friends and fun and hot weather..hah without complaining! =)
I'm off to spend some time with Harry Potter, so if you'll excuse me. I don't wanna miss the Hogwarts Express. =) [wow. I'm so lame. haha]