Its only 10:30 a.m. on this beautiful fall day and I already need another cup of coffee, or a nap! I know going to bed between midnight and 1 a.m. every night and waking up at 5:30 a.m. most mornings for 6 a.m. workouts isn’t the best practice, but I keep doing it. 🙂
My procrastination hasn’t gotten much better to be honest, but my goal is to start getting things done sooner, starting this weekend. This is the first weekend that I haven’t had a volleyball tournament and I am somewhat relieved. Don’t get me wrong, I love volleyball, but I need a little breather for at least a week or so to get caught up and on the right track. I know the majority of my posts have been about volleyball–sorry about that–but I’m super glad that I decided to stick with the sport. It exposed me to some of the really good people and wonderful ideas. It’s taught me how to pick up myself and others games, or life in general, don’t go my way. I cannot thank the people who contributed to my success in volleyball enough. Even though we didn’t win any games we formed a team and I wouldn’t trade that for the world. Here’s a picture of us in Washington D.C. from two weekends ago.
I can also probably contribute today’s tiredness to the Halloween party thrown by our faculty last night the Brooks Science Complex; it was soooo much fun! There was plenty of scary food to eat and great music to dance to. I haven’t been to a dance since prom in May and I enjoyed jumping around and getting loose with my friends. My friend Kaitlan from across the hall and I went as spiders. We made our costumes out of socks, stuffing and tons of safety pins. I danced so hard two of my legs broke off!! We’re going back to the drawing board to make sure it doesn’t happen again for tonight’s Campus Activities Board’s Halloween dance.
I am a little worried about the coming week: It seems that I have a paper due in just about every class. I think I just need to sit down for a bit today and schedule out when everything is due so that the dates don’t spring up on me (and I hopefully won’t procrastinate as much!).
I hope you all have a great, fun-filled Halloween! Try and not procrastinate this week like I do