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    Three Months of Freedom

    By Stephanie | May 12, 2013

    I was finished with finals nearly 2 weeks ago, yet many of my friends have yet to arrive home. Consequently, I have had more free time in the past two weeks than I think I have ever had in my life.

    A few activities have been consuming most of my time.

    1. Unpacking.

    It took me a week to unpack everything from my dorm. I felt the need to fully clean and organize my entire room and closet before I put all my college things back in, so dozens of boxes sat in my piano room for a week, which my mom wasn’t too happy about. Still unsure as to how things fit in my dorm room but not my room here…either my closet got smaller while I was gone or I just accumulated a lot of stuff during the past 9 months.

    2. TCBY.

    I am working at TCBY this summer (aka The Country’s Best Yogurt). I love my job, partially because I get free frozen yogurt every day, which is fantastic. Most of my coworkers are my age, which is also a bonus.


    Netflix is both a curse and a blessing. I would even venture to say it’s an addiction. It’s definitely the best $8 I spend each month. My current obsession is One Tree Hill, but I also watch the occasional movie.

    4. Friends.

    As I mentioned, most of my friends are still at school. Some of my friends are even staying at school for the summer, which just means I get to road trip to all their campuses! So although I haven’t actually spent times with my friends yet, hopefully they will eventually be done with finals and finally come home.

    If anyone is looking for a laugh, go watch Saturday Night Live hosted by Kristen Wiig from this weekend. It’s a winner. http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/may-11—kristen-wiig/n36760/

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