Currently, I'm on my sister's laptop at her boyfriend Nick's place near Basking Ridge, NJ. I was reading my buddy Nick Boire's blog about his adventures in Namibia and decided I should make my own online journal documenting my own happenings.
Today I played guitar and taught about watersheds to all 5 of my sister's 8th grade science classes. Tomorrow I'm going to present to 3 more classes taught by my sister's coworker, Mr. Swanson before driving home to Princeton Junction to meet with Andrew Kulley of the West Windsor Environmental Commission for a short interview.
I need to call a lot of townships and potential sponsors for my watershed-wide stream cleanup events scheduled for April 5, 6, 12, and 13 this spring. It's stressful.
Friday I might go to a jazz club near the shore with Rob and Steve. Saturday I'm helping at an environmental fair at a school in Chester, NJ in the morning and early afternoon. In the evening, I might be eating at Princeton University dining hall with a freshman girl named Christel. I met her on a train to New York City a few weeks ago during free student transit week.
I need to go to bed now. I have to be up and ready to go to my sister's school in 6 hours! Yuck!
I think this blog is a good idea. It's the start of a good thing.