I didn't get very far.
On Tuesday I finalized all my plans to meet with my former professors to discuss the possibility of writing me letters of recommendation. I don't know why, but it was stressing me out waiting for them to e-mail me back. I just really wanted to fit everything into one day without having to a) take a day off work and b) drive three hours and c) pay $10 in bridge toll fees just to meet with ONE professor. I would do it, but it would suck, especially the toll fees. I'll be meeting with my biochem and embryology professor on Tuesday followed by lunch with my former research PI; on Thursday I will meet with my old Asian American Studies professor a little closer to home while her daughter is in choir class (lol). I'm looking forward to lunch with my old boss. Cool bosses are hard to come by and he's freakin' hilarious in a way that only someone with a really dry sense of humor can appreciate.
I guess it worked out okay. At least I have a car, but I will be cutting it close on Thursday.
Since I was meeting with my professors on Tuesday, I rushed to write a draft of my personal statement.
It came out okay. I have been thinking about what to say, so in this case it was a matter of putting that down coherently on paper. Now, when anyone asks, I can honestly say I worked on my personal statement. Woohoo!
One of the Board members from my old job finished her letter of recommendation. She almost had the staff mail it to me AFTER I had explained in writing that it needs to be sent to Interfolio.
Thank goodness someone asked me to make sure. I would be scared if it actually came into my hands, since I signed that confidentiality waiver and all and totally paranoid that the admissions committees will go all CSI on the envelope and ban me forever (And yes, I know that's overly dramatic).
And now, for the Nom of the Week:
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