I went to visit my baby sister at Tech last week.
GA Tech works freshmen into the ground. I mean, really. Emily read something the other day that said on average Tech undergrads have the most unmanageable workload in the country. That said, Em is finding a way to manage. She's handling what they've been throwing at her well and getting adjusted to the college life like a pro.
Even though we'll all be home next week for Thanksgiving, I'm glad I made the trip to see her. Em was able to give me a tour around campus, and now I have a better idea of what her day-to-day is like.
There were sleeping students littering campus. Electronics everywhere. A lone Gryffindor walking to class. You know, the usual.
Isn't she beautiful?
This is with four hours of sleep.
I'm looking forward to Thanksgiving when I can see all of my family, but I think we both enjoyed the solo sister time.
I know finals are around the corner, and it's the season for tests and projects and workworkwork, so I'll leave y'all with a quote I sent to Emily the other day when exams were particularly rough.
And by y'all, I mean everyone who seeks to learn and grow. I'm not just talking to college students.