I'm making plans to spend my first Thanksgiving away from home. Which shouldn't really be a big deal (I'll spend it with my boyfriend's family in Bellingham instead), but it still weird to think about.
I'm pretty sure I've got the next few years of my life figured out, as far as what I'll be studying, where I will be living, and where I'll be working. I think I'm all set to graduate in June 2011 with an Honors degree in Poli Sci, a minor in math, and an elementary teaching endorsement. And then I'll begin UW's Master in Teaching program that summer, a year later I'll have a teaching certificate, and a year after that I'll have a year of teaching under my belt, as well as a masters degree. There's still a lot that could go wrong on that track - I have programs to apply for, and classes to do well in, but I think I can make it happen.
As far as those non-academic future details -we love our house, so I'm sure we'll all stay in our little neighborhood until we graduate, and I'm really enjoying my job, so I see no reason why I shouldn't keep it until I graduate.
The last few years have been filled with so much change, that it's weird to think maybe the rate of change will slow down a bit (or maybe that's just me hoping it will).