The next week will be full of stuff to do.
Today I finalized my registration to a symposium, and I am pretty excited and nervous about going. It’s not that I’m unsure about going alone—I’m fine as long as I have my tech.—although that could be a contributing factor.
Maybe I’m nervous because it’s something I’m not too exposed to. I’m used to figuring things out on my own and all, and I think this should provide me with some more experience in the field of… research? Something.
I am so goddamn eloquent.
The largest factor would probably be my enochlophobia*large crowds. If the gathering is too large, I think I’d have a panic attack and not know what to do. Which is actually fine, because I’m assuming there are friendly people in the world.
I’m very intimidated just by the mere thought of being surrounded by people who are better than me, but then, I’m willing to keep in a constant state of shame for the sake of discovery, fine. It’s an opportunity to get out there, or something to that effect.
But first things first, we are going to the US embassy tomorrow for ten-printing. Visa renewal is such a hassle, especially given everything that’s happening this season, but fine. It is a necessary hassle.
Besides, I’m actually considering visiting relatives abroad sometime within the next couple of years. Family ties are growing increasingly important these days, and I want to make sure things are fine.
Saturday. I just want to go out. I haven’t actually seen The Avengers yet, so that’s still on my plate. It feels like I’m missing out, but I don’t actually mind as long as I get to see it.
And then there’s the bonding time with our uncle the next couple of weeks. All right.
Stupid random useless rambling aside, I am looking forward to a productive month. There are just a couple of things I hope would work out. Like certain… personal holidays… that we haven’t adequately prepared for.