I've officially applied to grad school.
Bye bye, $350 I may never see again. *fond wave*
All I've got left to do now are:
1 - Personal Statement for U of T Creative Writing Program (we are also calling this the Not A Chance In Hell Program)
1 - Personal Statement for U of T Information Studies Program
1 - Curriculum Vitae for U of T Information Studies Program (explain to me why we had to put it in the application form anyway o.O)
1 - Personal Statement for UBC Library and Information Studies Program (Possibly. I can't get a straight answer out of the various websites of the LAIS School, so I e-mailed to ask a human.)
Various transcripts are already en route, references are being contacted via computer as we speak, and except for scribbling a couple thousand words of Personal Statement (as soon as I figure out what that actually means), there is nothing else that I can do. I'll probably do them this weekend at the parents', where I can complain out loud where Mum can hear me - Mum Understands, and also she is a good editor. But aside from that, it's all out of my hands.
Okay, I'm kinda shaking, now, so I'm going to go have a lie down and perhaps watch some of my three seasons of Numb3rs. I would have a drink, also, but I don't like drinking alone. *twitch*
See, the fact that I had to re-type "twitch" three times is not a good sign. *twitch*