Laziness Part 2. My day breaks down as this: wake up late, class, go home, computer, sleep, wake up, , read, computer, eat. Bam! The laziness continues, but I won’t let it last for long. Besides getting some rest I also ended up reading almost 100 pages of my new book, The Fault in Our Stars. My hope is to finish this book within a week, probably not going to happen, rather than take two months like I did with my last book. I know there’s still lots for me to do and discover in Barcelona, but I thought maybe I should hold off and wait to do them with my mom and sister! I can’t believe they’re coming so soon already- only two more weeks! I’m so excited to show them around and let them experience the city I’ve been calling home! But until then, I’ve got bigger matters to worry about. Course registration starts this week for school back home, and oh has it been complicated! I’ve already got my preferred classes sorted out, but it’s just a matter of having my advisor clear me for registration. It’s taken me draft and draft again to finally get a proper 4 year plan that will fit all of my classes and have me graduate on time. I’m quite the preplanner, and I love to have my life organized to every detail. Though there’s one thing I’ve learned from all of this, and that is that no matter how much I plan, God will always have something greater for me. When I make my plans and set my schedules, I always know not to be set in my ways because if God wants to, he can change everything. I’ve experienced it so much in the past that it doesn’t come as a surprise or shock to me anymore. I’ve learned to be thankful and accept what comes my way. I have less than 6 weeks in Barcelona, then I return home. I’m so excited to see what else God has in store for me when I get back. He’s been doing such great things in my life so far, that I know it’s going to be amazing. Adios!