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:: Wednesday, June 11, 2003 ::

I Really Do Exist!

Hey there, everyone. I'm not sure if anyone reads my blog anymore, seeing that I haven't posted in months, but I'm back. ^_^ This summer I'm working in Advisement Services in school so I have regular internet access--I think I'd be dying otherwise. I can't download anime, though, so it does have its ups and downs.

A lot of things have happened since April 20th. I had more school, more classes. Lots of studying. I spent two weeks of my life engulfed in the school's production of Hair--more on that in a minute. I studied and stressed over finals. I said goodbye to one boyfriend and hello to another. I took the finals. I moved out of the dorm. And now I'm working. It never quite ends!

Hair was amazing. An incredible amount of fun. I wasn't on stage acting, though I wish I were. Nope, I was in the pit, playing percussion. I know, I wouldn't've thought it, either, but when the flute part for the entire play equals 16 bars you quickly explore other options. The cast was great, the pit people were even more wonderful, and we had a blast. I didn't get much sleep those two weeks, but it's all for the sake of Art with a capital "A", right?

Finals went okay... some were tougher than I thought, others were just as tough as I thought they would be.

So now I'm part of the working world. The real working world, the 40 hour a week kind. I'm a secretary for Advisement Services... but not quite. Lynn, the other secretary here, covers all the real stuff--the major typing, the administrative tasks. I, on the other hand, do minor secretarial things but also answer the phone. Both of us deal with students that walk in throughout the day. So I guess I'm a secretary/receptionist/front desk person. But really... it's only a name, right? -_^

Hopefully I'll be able to write more in the blog now that I'm online again.

Karla, returning from dropping off the face of the Earth, now reporting for duty...

:: Kazen @ Always Doing 11:57 AM [+] ::
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