Hey! Didn’t realize I wasn’t following you anymore, did tumblr drop you off my list?
Glad to see you’re doing well, by the way. I feel like we haven’t talked in ages. Sorry about that!
My fault. I vanished from tumblr for most of last year and made a new account.
We’ve all been busy. How’s grad school been treating you?
As you can probably tell by how long it took me to get back to you… really busy, ha. I’m rewriting my grant application and trying to learn how to teach, so I’m sort of trying to tread water while I adjust to having a lot more expected out of me all at once.
How’ve you been?
Heh, hope it calms down sooner rather than later. Are you enjoying being there?
I’ve been good. Also busy, though not nearly as much as you. Trying to figure out what the heck I’m going to do with my life after I graduate. Admittedly that won’t happen for another year and a half or so, but still.
I am! The people in my cohort seem pretty cool, which is good as I’m spending a lot of time with them lately. I’ll be taking Tribble to agility in a few minutes, so that will be fun, too. This weekend is pretty low-key, since I had my first grad school test last week and so there really isn’t much going on right now. So a lot of it is going either cooking, relaxing, and writing.
Yeaaah, that’s a hard one, isn’t it? I kind of circumvented the question with more school, but I definitely feel you about finding a career path being hard if you decide not to go on to grad school. Have you seen the latest Captain Awkward post? It’s got some awesome advice for resumes and how to frame the things you’ve done as reasons you’re great for a job, once you figure out what you want to shoot for. (I, ah, have become unreasonably fond of Captain Awkward in the last few months. It’s total comfort reading.)