I'm not talking about the end of the world, by the way.
My semester is almost over.
Eek/ick/crap. I have a month of classes left and sooooo much work to do, so if I go missing, as Emily has, don't be too worried. More likely than not, though, I will be using the blog as a means of procrastination. Yep, I'm still doing that.
Anyway, because the quarter is coming to a close I am getting antsy about getting my trip to the UK worked out. I'll be there for three weeks and as excited as I am, I am also scared beyond belief. It's not like I'm going to be alone, Emily and I are rejoining to run a muck in a new country (or two!) but still, travel is nerve-racking.
Mostly I'm just worried about not being able to travel lightly enough... I am not know for my ability to simplify my wardrobe. I like options. Leave me alone.
So far my plan is to pack 4 (warm) skirts, two pairs of trousers, several blouses/unders/stockings (because they can be packed very tightly), rain boots, walking shoes (which I do not own...), maybe a dress, and MAYBE a pair of heels (because I desperately want to go to fancy things and I love heels more than the world).
My biggest concern is how I am to chose which sweaters I should bring. I LOVE.LOVE.Love. sweaters. A lot. And I have lots of them. And I could justify bringing almost all of them on a three day trip if you asked me to. It's pretty bad. I'll have to pay attention to my wardrobe choices over the next few weeks to figure out which ones I really love and which will be the most sensible for the climate over yonder.
If you think of anything else I should know whilst planning this trip don't hesitate to mention it! (Especially in the way of traveling affordably and lightly.)