Well, the car is packed with everything I’ll need for the next two months. (Or at least, everything I could POSSIBLY think I’d need this summer. Including a gazillon pairs of shoes.) Hopefully I’m not forgetting anything. I can’t believe how fast this snuck up on me. Time sort of shifted from being ssssoooo faaarrrr away to beingrightaroundthecorner. Crazy how that works. And it’s only just now sunk in that I’m actually leaving tomorrow.
I’m excited to explore this new city. I’ve never been to Indianapolis. I visited their tourist website to get a gist of what they have to offer and I’ve even made notes on what I want to visit…including a comprehensive list of food trucks I’ve got to try. When in rome, right? A girl’s gotta eat – why not be a macaroni and cheese food truck? (Seriously, how can I resist that?!)
I’ll also try and post some photos while I’m there. I’ve brought my camera and I’m ready to capture the sights. Plus I’m sure I’ll want to keep a tally of the places I visit and write about my experiences. Most of all though, I’m excited to be working as a publishing intern for PEARSON.
Hello Indy summer!
Also, if you have any suggestions for things I should do while in Indianapolis, please let me know! I’m always open to suggestions!
Which mostly boils down to cleaning and laundry. During the school semester it’s so easy to focus on the deadlines/projects/activities and tell yourself you’ll clean your apartment later. And then when later finally shows up you really wish it had just called in sick or something. But I’m heading out next week and I know I’ll be so FRUSTRATED with myself if I leave my room a mess. So I declare this the weekend of Deep Cleaning and De-cluttering. So instead of taking copious amounts of naps and reading any book I get my hands on (what I’ve been doing so far) I will now devote my weekend to clean. We’ll see how this goes.
And in other news. I have been absolutely OBSESSED with these past couple of weeks. It’s been on repeat and has already made it into my top 10 most played songs on my iTunes. Anberlin’s Unstable. I’ve included the music video – it’s kind of random, kind of dystopian, kind of awesome.