In the beginning of the post, I mentioned about food. (Well...I always talk about food, but that's not the point :P ) I actually made a bucket list of new places I want to try, and my mom and I are hoping to go to some of them. We went to a breakfast/brunch place in downtown Decatur (a 5-10min drive away) ages ago called Pastries a Go Go, so we decided to go back and eat there again. Twice. Here are some photos that I took.
Before coming back to Atlanta, a staff member at Macalester actually offered to teach me how to parallel park and reverse into a parking spot. Within 2 hours, I managed to decently parallel park and learned the basics of reverse park for me to practice with the car at home. I practiced parking almost every day for an hour for about 2 weeks. It's funny looking back at my anxiety now, because Georgia doesn't automatically fail the person if he/she hits a cone, so I don't know what I was worried about.
Anyhow, I finally took my test at the Conyers location because it had the earliest appointment time and a short wait time. The man who tested me was super nice and his presence didn't make me feel anxious and nervous so I was glad. In the end, I managed to get 94 out of 100, the highest score that the lady who took my license photo has ever seen. I received perfect score on parallel parking as well as reversing into a parking spot.
Tomorrow marks the day before the Reach summer session begins! I have a three-hour lunch meeting at the Marist School (where Reach takes place) tomorrow and then I begin my six weeks of waking up bright and early at 6:30am. Yay me! (sarcasm) I also have been getting the sniffles and sore throat so I'm crossing my fingers that I am not getting sick.
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