What I want to know is where can one find a balance of "doing" and resting? I know that we have been go-go-going since August when school started. The exams have overwhelmed, the sleep has been missing and the stress has been, well, stressful. So here we are--on break--without any idea how to handle the freedom. When I lack goals and things to do I go stir-crazy. It's odd isn't it? (Maybe this is just me.)
You work for break and then twiddle your thumbs when it actually occurs.
I do know one thing: The exploration of Atlanta commences today.
First stop, Henri's Bakery. As I explained to Peter, it is the best stinking stupid sandwich in the world. Indescribable, fresh, scrumptious.
Second stop, most likely the High Museum to see their MoMA exhibit. There was talk about the World of Coca-Cola, but we decided against it.
Lastly, Les Mis. You all know my anticipation for this film is palpable.
Tell me how you are making your Christmas time off (for those students out there) enjoyable, and those of you that are back at work, I'm sorry to tease you.