When I get back, I'll waste no time in heading to Tallahassee for FSU's Applied Master's program in Economics. I don't plan on working the entire year, for I wish to dedicate it wholly to the program and, probably more importantly, to learning another language and furthering my knowledge of economics. Towards the end of my senior year, I was starting to pull everything together that used to confound me before. Economics is itself like a language, and I feel I'm really starting to not only learn it for myself but also to develop my own dialect. Call it arrogant, but I believe I can put a new emphasis on it all, that is, make it accessible to new and otherwise indifferent crowds of people. I know exponentially more now than I did a year ago, and that's with working 25+ hours a week and taking nonsense classes at the same time. Anyway, I'm almost more excited to go to Tallahassee than I am Tamarindo. Who would've thought?
I'll probably rename the blog when I get back. I think I'm going to make a blog about my adventures in Costa Rica, but I don't want to commit to anything because I'm not sure what computer access will be like while I'm there. I won't have a phone or my own lap top, either (or even a camera!).
It's funny, I was so ready to get out of school. Now I just want back in. Well, not exactly. But these in-between times are so boring that I don't know what to do with myself. This will all be different in less than a week!
I come back July 28th. See ya then.