Moving in and out of dorms has always been stressful, enough but moving from a dorm apartment to an off campus apartment is insane. I took so many trips back and forth, with my things, my room mate's things, and our communal kitchen and cooking supplies. 5+ hours, after driving to Boston for an hour and a half with my bed half obstructing my view out the back of my car. My legs are so sore today, which is unfortunate because I have my first day of work at Buffalo Exchange, 6.5 hours of being on my feet. Oh well, it was either sore today or sore tomorrow.
Because of people's work/internship schedules, we have yet to really have the place moved in, and there is still one girl that we're subletting from who is here for another week and a half, with all of her things (including kitchen supplies). It makes it feel half like I'm in my own place, and half like I'm a guest in someone else's house. It doesn't help that my room has no closets, and I don't even have a dresser or desk, so my stuff is currently just strewn everywhere.
But on the plus side, we are a short block away from a tasty froyo place, my bed is in a great location by the windows, there are ceiling fans and a breeze, and I'm no longer in my stuffy on campus place. Yes, I did get some froyo last night to destress a little bit, and it was delicious. I just need to breathe and be calm and soon enough we will be perfectly settled in.
top: Rue 21
earrings: Charlotte Russe