But also, there are a million things I WANT to do. There are so many incredible opportunities and possibilities here, the excited little over-achiever in me wants to do *all* of them. Everything is so incredibly fascinating, so challenging, so eye-opening, so impactful....I need like four different clones.
- Taking too many classes
- Working as a college ambassador; giving tours, running phone marathons, and speaking on student panels
- Interning at the International Rescue Committee as an ESL teacher to newly arrived refugees from all over the world
- Going to Jordan to study public health and work in a refugee camp this summer
- To accept Dr. Shirk's offer to help conduct research on cartel-related deaths on the U.S.-Mexican border
- To accept Dr. Yarris' offer to help conduct research on mental illness in rural Nicaragua
- Get involved with the spoken word club here on campus
- Join the public health global brigade team that goes to Ghana and Honduras every year to build water infrastructure
- Go to Colorado with Habitat for Humanity over spring break, and Louisiana over the summer
- Help establish an IRC headquarters here on campus
- Add another major
But....there is no time. I'm beginning to agree with an old friend that sleep is simply impractical. I wish I could plug myself in and just charge, rejuvenate, as I worked. Actually getting to use all 24 hours of the day would be so productive...seriously.