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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Well, some of you will be disappointed that I will not post my views on LOST today and almost everyone else who reads this blog will be elated. I ended up going to the tap room after our senior worship service. Consequently, I haven't had time in my day today (yet) to watch the new episode.

Last night, of course, was our big senior extravaganza. It started with a large group photo (or 16) of the class on the steps of our entire class, then moved to the main dining room at the school for an elegant dinner, then moved back inside the chapel for the worship service and then moved to the tap room for some socializing. I took some pictures, but am feeling too lazy at this moment to post them...I'll get around to it sometime and will be sure to let you know. All in all, it was a nice night but it made me feel a bit more reflective than I expected. During the dinner, I was listening to one of the speakers and all of a sudden it occurred to me - I live in New Jersey. But in a month's time I will live in California again. But when I live in California again, I will have my Master's degree. And although I'll be back in California at the exact same place that I came from, I am now a different person with different goals and a different way of looking at the world. And I have no idea what my future holds. All of this was going through my mind whilst I was at the tap room so, although I enjoyed socializing with my friends, part of me felt entirely too introspective to be there.

Tomorrow I head down to South Carolina. I will be going to visit some strangers. I've never been to South Carolina before, so part of me is looking forward to seeing a new state. (So I can color in one more state on this map!) I have not been good and have not gone through the materials these strangers have given to me to look over. I suppose I will do that after watching LOST a little later on tonight. Regardless, it seems that this is a big weekend for many people in visiting strangers. I know of at least two other people who are going away to do something similar, which is really sort of exciting.

I have a theory about everyone splitting up and going across the world to do various jobs and study various things, but I don't have the time to write about it just now, as I have to clean up my room. Aaron and I are getting coffee in about a half an hour and he is meeting me at my room, which is a DISASTER. It's not a disaster waiting to happen - it is a disaster that has already happened. And now I need to do something about it.

- Jenny, 4/19/2007 11:05:00 AM

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