Today we had a programming event at the RAF on the governance of the internet, but I also had made an appointment to meet with the woman who advised me during the TWC admissions process. We chatted for a bit, which was nice. TWC headquarters are pretty close to my office, maybe a fifteen minute walk, so we scheduled it just before the lunch hour.
One of my wisdom teeth began to bother me today, so I fought through the stars circling my head and bought some orajel. The relief was instant -- once I made it back to the scissors at the apartment. Eek! Between that and some tylenol, the pain began to dull itself down.
Working from home, I've come to find, can be a little dangerous! Comfortably nestled in my corner of the couch makes time pass a great deal faster than in my office chair. After I finished the goals I had to meet today, I signed off of my work computer and Skyped with a couple people. It was midnight before I knew it... evenings fly by so quickly. Phew.
Today I did a lot of thinking about my future.... observation hours, grad school applications... and I've come to realize that there's a great deal of fear beneath my anxiety over details which are important, but not the be-all-end-all. Fear of failure. Fear of putting the rest of my life on hold. Fear of success? I don't know. I think I'm just really tired because I know that I doomsday when I'm exhausted. I sent a long email to my advisor at LCU earlier. We'll see.
On that note, my pillow is calling my name. It'll be 7:00AM before long.