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So my house is practically empty. I’m getting ready for the big move tomorrow. I’ve sold all my belongings (including my car- one of the saddest moments of my life), packed the rest up, and am ready to go…sort of. … Continue reading
So the most daunting task on The IU Bucket List was checked off yesterday, #59 Stay at Kilroy’s- Open to Close √ Open to Close means staying at Kilroy’s, one of IUs most popular bars from open (11AM) to close (3AM). Can … Continue reading
So less than one week to go in Bloomington and I realized that there were some items on my IU Bucket List I had yet to write about. I think I avoided these items because they are not enjoyable stories … Continue reading
This week I accomplished my most anticipated tasks off The IU Bucket List, #56 Go to the Quarries √ For me, this task was the most anticipated because it is the only task that is technically illegal. I guess we were trespassing… … Continue reading
So the last pre-grad tasks from The IU Bucket List, (but not the last task yet!) is, #35 Study in the Arboretum √ I pulled out my slides, looked over my exam prep, but it was just too pretty to study!
So another pre-grad check off The IU Bucket List! #46 Sing the Fight Song at a bar √ This one was not hard to accomplish at all as I have witnessed it most every time I got to a bar, but … Continue reading
So to take a step back, the week of graduation I continued to knock off more tasks from The IU Bucket List including, #6 Picnic along the Jordan River √ Okay so this might be one of the only tasks from the Bucket … Continue reading
So as seen from the prior posts, I have been updating The IU Bucket List left and right this week, trying to accomplish as many tasks as possible before graduation! Next on the list- #37 Kiss someone special in the Rose Well … Continue reading
So since these last few weeks of school have been a bit hectic, (20 page research papers, exams, work, applying for jobs, etc.) I would like to take it back a step and talk about one of the greatest college … Continue reading