And one more thing before we go -There's never been any place quite like this home.
Today Em and I drove back down to North Carolina. The drive was relatively uneventful.
It was so hard to leave... I cried on and off last night. I just couldn't help it. I'm going to miss my mom so much. I'm looking forward to the semester, but I really enjoyed being with my mom. It's hard to leave her. I feel like such a baby, but after my mom was diagnosed with cancer, I just wanted to be around her all of the time, and I was able to from the start. I know that she's doing much better now though, and I have no reason to worry about her.
I bought some groceries tonight, and got rid of some of the clothes from my closet/dresser to make room for the clothes I've acquired since June. There's not many... however, I have a serious problem. A very, very serious issue.
I am a t-shirt packrat.
I have well over 100 tshirts. And that's down from about 175 earlier this summer. I eliminated all tshirts that did not either (a) have a special meaning to me, (b) come from a sports tournament, or (c) actually make it onto my body atleast once a month.
I just love tshirts! You can never have enough. My problem is that I have so many that are pretty grungy now- some of them I've had since high school and I mostly use them for sleeping or sports practice/working out. But... I just can't give them up, they are special to me! Some are from concerts, high school sports, rugby tournaments, etc. Some of them are from colleges I've visited or that my friends go to... Oh well.
Time to unpack everything. Oh, and 25 points in the game of life if you can comment and tell what song those lyrics at the top are from! (Without googling!!!)