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Welcome To The Bitchery

Oh my life...I'm starting to feel it...

Rambling is about to happen...

October is definitely my busiest month of the semester (maybe that's how it is for all grad students but I don't know). Last week was a shit storm but I got everything done. This week isn't as bad, but still have to have things done so I'm drinking spiced chai tea to help keep me up. I don't know if this is a bad idea but something had to be done...

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They don't tell you in grad school that while assistantships are great because yay funding, working 20 hours a week and managing your work load is also hard. I worked last Monday then had to tell my supervisor that I needed to the rest of the week because I had 4903940 things due. I'll be making up those hours but man it was worth taking those 2 days off.

Oh and I think I am seeing someone? So this weekend, after the crazy week I had, I went to see someone from Tinder a few hours away (met in public and all that). It went well I suppose because we are still talking lol. It feels weird to me though because I didn't think I was going to be seeing someone so soon after starting my program. He asked if he could come over for Thanksgiving week and while I think it was early to make those kinds of plans (we had literally just met this weekend), I have to admit I'm excited about it. My friend says it's early and I agree with her but I feel good about what's going on right now. Am I wrong to be allowing this? I feel like I just go with things sometimes and I'm trying to be more aware about what's going on. I've never dated anyone like him before and even if things don't work out, I feel like I'm making progress in my dating choices. I like how he asks me questions and has follow- up questions when I tell him personal things. Sounds so simple and easy but with my dating history it's kind of a miracle...

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Anyway, how are you all doing? I'm trying to post here and keep up with everybody 'cause I miss y'all. :)

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