Day One Thousand, Five Hundred and Ninety Three

Hi Viewers,

Today might’ve been the greatest day of college to date. I spent almost all of it with one person who has quickly become one of my closest friends here. The day began with two classes and a test. Then we spent lunch having sushi in the Sukkah(I didn’t bring the Christmas music, don’t worry). This was at 1pm and it was promptly followed by hours worth of studying. We studied from 1-6:30 breaking only for the occasional chocolate pretzel, and frequent Swedish fish indulgence. Aside from our 27 minute trek to the bathroom and adventure around the library, we sat and studied for 5.5 hours. Then we went to a review session for 1.5 more hours, but that was fun too, our favorite TAs were there and our fellow drowning Econ peers. We shared more than a few good laughs. Then we, two of my wonderful friends and I, had falafel for dinner and set off back again to our daily haunt — the library. Our jubilance was renewed with Oreo hot chocolate and more shared laugh-panic experiences. Mr. Clifford came through for us via YouTube at 11 to explain comparative advantage so all in all, I can’t complain. Then we opened the library doors, breaking free from our study shackles, only to discover that it was pouring down rain. After registering our utter dismay, we set off under one umbrella, squeezing together to avoid the drizzle, and for balance because there wasn’t a moment when we weren’t hysterically giggling. Hopefully this riveting account of my day at the library brought you some joy!!

“Laughter is the sun that drives winter from the human face” Victor Hugo


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