This week has been an incredible and challenging week of learning, growing and changing perspectives. I was looking at some pictures and posts on Tuesday from only a week and three days earlier. They were during the last couple days of student teaching.
Wow. It's been a crazy week. I just moved here from Oregon on Sunday and it's my first time out on the east coast. We have been exploring D.C., doing outreach, working, and I have been working on homework.
Over the course of the next ten weeks, I will be chronicling my time as an SPS Intern, specifically in working with the wonderful team at the Niels Bohr Library and Archives at the American Institute of Physics.
Moving to a new city requires changing habits and lifestyle. Often, the lifestyle change is an opportunity to reinvent oneself to a degree. While I didn't use this move as a chance to form a completely new identity, I am attempting to form better habits.
After almost 11 hours of fights, layovers and traffic, I finally arrived at my new home at George Washington University. All 14 of the SPS interns share a giant suite type dorm, with two students per room.