Apart from my whining, things have been good with me. Busy, but good. I actually feel more busy now than I did during the school year, which seems kind of backwards to me. I have French in the morning and I work most afternoons, so I'm out the door by 8:23 (to catch my bus which when I'm on time, runs late, and when I'm late, runs early) to be at the U by 9 (the saga of the late bus has me arriving 3 minutes after my class starts... boo). Then I eat my packed lunch at the U, catch the bus to downtown St. Paul and work during the afternoon. Then I take the bus home and get back around 5:45 so I can do my French homework. The days I don't work are nice just because I have the afternoons free and I can do my homework so I can have fun at night with Kari or Andrew.
I've discovered a new favorite tv show that I knew I was going to like ahead of time, merely because of its subject matter: the BBC's Robin Hood. I am in love. Robin is smokin' hot. Not to mention the show has really good characters and plots for each episode. You'd think that the Robin Hood storyline would get old quickly, but no, it doesn't. The biggest problem now is that Andrew's going to his friend's cabin for the rest of the week so I have to wait until Sunday to watch the two new discs I just got in the mail today. He thought it was kinda cheesy at first, but pilot episodes are always a little off from the rest of the show. TV shows have to stretch their legs and they need time to move past impressing tv execs in the beginning to impressing the general audience, and sometimes that's not allowed to happen (ahem, Studio 60, I love you). Now he likes it, just like I knew he would. I also think everyone in my family would like it, so everyone in my family should watch it too. I love it and I liked it first (ha, Kari).
I'm glad to be back in the Twin Cities. I forget how much I like it here. I like the Midway but I wish I lived closer to either one of the downtowns (maybe Minneapolis because I like the light rail). I've noticed that I can't stop looking at the Minneapolis skyline. When I'm driving by, when I'm walking, whenever. I don't know what it is about it, but I like how it looks and it makes me feel like I'm here.