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Sleepy, sleepless, and with a slight sinus infection..

I can only blame it on the jet lag?

Three classes today: Biochemistry [which is conducted in English, although I would personally prefer the professor spoke Spanish, considering how thick his accent is], Spanish Culture Up Close [which I don't even know if I will be able to get into, it was so full; but I would love to do it because it involves volunteer work], and Historia de Sevilla en su escenario [which involves touring different parts of the city and will be AWESOME but is at the absolute worst, sleepy, siesta time of day... okay its at 5:30, so kinda past siesta but I was still super sleepy].

Throughout the day, I've had increasing sinus congestion, talk about annoying. I went over to the Farmacia and picked up some sort of nasal spray for congestion. Tomorrow, unfortunately the only Friday I have class, I have the same classes I had today. I sense I will get an awkward sense of deja vu. I bought a new pair of gladiators that were made in Spain and are not eating my feet alive like the other pair I bought. Hopefully, once my feet have healed, I can try them again -they're a gorgeous royal blue but definitely needed to be broken in. My host mom is so cute when she talks about lunch, offering to make me a bocadillo or 'sangwee' (sandwich) to take to campus if I need to stay there. It hit 105/106 degrees Fahrenheit today and yesterday. Less humid than Virginia with the combination of the temperature being displayed in Celcius encourages me not to think about it too much, unless its right around 25 degrees Celcius (which I know as room temp from my science courses :P.

I believe tonight we will be going out to meet up with the German study abroad students, who were a lot of fun last weekend. No one wants to stay out too, too late because we have classes tomorrow -.- blah.

Posted by krystenj08 13:38

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