What a week! It was definitely very exciting for me, I have officially accepted the position as a graduate assistant in Elon University’s Gender and LGBTAI+ office and will be getting my Masters of Arts in Higher Education there starting in August! I am so excited and also so so relieved to have all of that work off of my shoulders. I am ready to get back down to business and finish up these last five (ah!) weeks of undergrad strong.
There wasn’t a whole lot going on this week, but it was nice to look at what other people are doing! I think because this class is online and very personally driven I sometimes forget how many people there are in this class and participating in all of this with me. Between listening to radio shows and commenting I got a really good glimpse into what everyone else has got going on! I really enjoyed looking through other people’s blogs and seeing how they are set up.
Finally, after many attempts the first time and three attempts this time, I got my gif to fit and work nicely into my blog post. I feel kind of silly that I couldn’t figure it out until just now– but hey, everything is a process, right? Also, that is one new skill that I can properly say I know how to do, and should I ever need to create a gif and embed it in a WordPress site, I can do it!! Even little victories are still victories.
In the apocalypse, I would need to either have some good cross stitching kits or good books. I know that is kind of cheating to have two, but no one can stop me. Cross stitching is absolutely a little lame, but it takes a really long time to do, creates a nice final product, and gives me something to do. I think these would be harder to come across so that is why I would settle for some good books too. I think during the apocalypse I would, understandably, be a little stressed and I would take anything that would get my mind off of my imminent doom. In desperate times I would definitely go into the creepy old house that may have raiders in it to get some books or a new cross stitch project. I might be dying anyway, right?