Well. I'm still not dead. Quite the opposite.
The internship turned out to be pretty nice. The colleagues are really nice, most of the children are okay, and I really like the workspace too, even with the shitty indoor climate. I can feel that a lot of my coworkers are less satisfied with their work situation - they love their jobs, but they have recently gone from being 3 separate workplaces to being a single big one, and there are clashing personalities and work space ethics.
That being said, it's pretty awesome to learn about this portion of the field. It has very recently been transformed, so one has more work hours, but I'm liking it none the less.
I know with myself that this probably isn't something I'd want to do for the rest of my life, but it is something I can see myself do in the future, which I think is very important.
The only crappy thing is the assignment I have to write. I have no motivation for it whatsoever. Like, all the information is right there in front of me and I just have to write it down - it's just so hard to begin.
My love life isn't really worth going on about. Nothing new is going on. Trying to figure things out with someone, but I'm not "officially" tied to anyone. There was a bit of drama at the beginning of Easter that I'd rather not remember, but in conclusion I'm not planning to get that drunk again until at least Copenhagen Zombie Crawl.
I'm just not up for dating right now. (especially not with the shitty offers I'm getting. Ex. No, I'm not gonna sleep with you, A) You have a girlfriend of 7 years and B) I consider myself friends with her. Get a fucking reality check bro)
I caught a lung virus. It's not entirely viral pneumonia, but it's related to it. At first I just thought it was a nasty hangover, but turns out it wasn't. I got sent home from work on Tuesday (I'd have turned in sick on Friday, but I didn't know who to report it to). It's now diminished to a fever, headache and not being able to take deep breaths. So that's a thing.
My bird has now also definitely begun to say "What's going on?". Which is incredible, since it's not a phrase I've trained with him that often.
It's nearly May. The month of death by cake and beer. Things I should probably get done
- Read up on portfolio and finish that
- Try to come up with a way to survive May