Today is a big day… Lots of things planned!
1) Drop off resumes at some local restaurants & make call backs to some places I sent resumes to the other day. I desperately need to get stable employment arranged- although working for myself is fun, I need to make more connections to ensure stable employment so that my bills get paid. Bills suck.
2) Drop off my printed out geography portfolio at the GWU Geography Department. I spent hours making a professional digital portfolio CD, but it turns out that I should have just printed everything out like the rest of the pack. I hope the printed portfolio’s tardiness is excused. Fingers crossed.
3) Help set up the Conference on Race/Ethnicity and Place. I look forward to meeting some active members of the Association of American Geographers this weekend during the conference. I hope that the Green Festival doesn’t suck out all my time this weekend :-(
4) Go to the volunteers meeting for the Green Festival and find out exactly what “Greening the Festival” is all about. I am so excited about this event! I hope tons of people come out to this event! I need to finalize one of inventions too. I look forward to seeing if it is being sold by some green entrepreneur at the festival.
Last night I redesigned the front page of the Adam4Shadow campaign website. I moved the “top campaign news” to the right panel. I feel it looks better this way because main info on U.S. “Shadow” Representative is at the top of the page now.
I am very excited about the campaign events this weekend. Tomorrow night we are having a Fun*raiser at my house and I am really excited to see who shows up to mingle & schmooze. I also look forward to seeing how people dress up to look like Adam! And on Saturday, we’re celebrating Adam’s 31st birthday by having a block party at the corner of 18th & Columbia. There will be Djs, fire spinners, stump speeches, and belly dancers! Hopefully we can get some people from the Green Festival to come out and party it up! This weekend is panning out to be a lot of fun! I just hope I can balance it all and not overextend myself! We’ll see!