June 19, 2007

Have you ever read something that felt like it was staring right into your soul and saying, "You thought you could hide, there? HA." That is the feeling I got while reading "Everything That Rises Must Converge" after dinner this evening.

I got the job that I wanted. It pays pretty well for entry level and it's in downtown DC. I start on Monday, so I'm pretty excited about that.

I finished turning all the dirt in the garden. I can't decide if I want to just fence it all in or go ahead and make some raised beds. I've got seeds for tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and pumpkins.

It's not that big of a garden, so I don't know what I was thinking.

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June 14, 2007

From the Present

Less than two months ago I got accepted the the University of Maryland's College of Library and Information Science. I moved to Maryland two weeks ago. I have an apartment now; a room in the basement of a house that is about two minutes' walk away from the Metro. I made a list about 6 or so years ago of the cities I would like to live in, should big city living become necessary. Washington, D.C. was for sure in the top five. So here I am.

So far I've seen my first women's professional basketball game and a purse-snatching.

I've had a few job interviews so far and one position looks really promising. I've been looking for a church to go to, but haven't attended one yet. I start classes at the end of August.

There is a small garden in the backyard that is overrun with weeds. I did some raking and I turned the dirt on one side of it. I don't know what can grow there, but I am excited to find out.

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