Updates and Stuff
Cue the influx of posts…
So. My last posts was on Thursday, May 2, 2013 at 1:22 AM. Lots of things have happened since, and I’ve been meaning to return to Tumblr so here I am! I disappeared that day because things were busy and I was
tired potentially a zombie. I’ve noticed now that every single thing I wrote on Facebook between April 27 and May 27 were also between the hours of 1 and 4:30 AM, and also absurd. So, here’s why, and a list of other things that have happened since May 2:
- I graduated! I completed my undergraduate studies at NYU with a BA from the Gallatin School of Indiviudalized Study, and immensely enjoyed my commencement ceremonies, at the Lincoln Center (Gallatin) and Yankee Stadium (NYU). The Gallatin commencement ceremony was much better, with awesome speeches and a tap dance performance, but both were joyful.
- I got married! We are very happy, and so appreciate all the love and well wishes we’ve received from friends/family/etc. We’ve spent the last few months slowly moving and settling in to our new home, so things have not calmed down, but we have slept a lot so that’s exciting.
- I came back to NYU, going for a dual MA/MPA in Jewish Nonprofit Management. (Masters in Public Administration from NYU Wagner, specializing in Public Non-Profit Management, and MA in Hebrew and Judaic Studies from NYU Skirball). It’s going well, but it’s strange to be a first-year again, and it’s extra strange to take required courses.
- We’ve done some cool things which I guess I’ll eventually write about, like visiting Las Vegas, roadtripping to Hershey for Jay-Z/Justin Timberlake’s Legends of Summer, and participating in the ROC Race in Queens this past weekend. We’re planning a honeymoon to South America in January, for which I am brushing up on my Spanish skills using Duolingo - it’s great.
Basically, everything is going well and I’ve learned and read a lot of cool things recently that I want to post about so hopefully I’ll be putting up a gazillion new posts in the next week or two. Cool, that’s it.