At approximately 8:36PM CST I walked out of my last ever calculus exam. The semester was certainly a test of drive and endurance, but I'm proud to say I made it through. I feel like I should have been given a handshake and a commemorative t-shirt upon turning in my final exam, but atlas, I just quietly slipped out through the door. I've just got to keep chugging along for the next year and a half, and then I get to do it all over again for grad school. Sigh.
In the mean time, I like to imagine what my life will be like when I'm old. I honestly can't wait to be old. Grandmas know what's up, I'm telling you. Baking cookies all the time, wearing sweaters, telling all the young whippersnappers that I had to walk up the hill both ways.. IN THE SNOW. That's the life. The first thing I want to do when I retire is get a cute little vintage trailer and tote it all over the states. I've seen a few people who have the trailer in their back yard and use it as a craft room, how great would that be?
Constance 1956 Vintage Caravan, originally uploaded by snailtrail.co.uk vw camper hire.
Hopefully I won't have to wait until I'm 70 before this stuff happens for me, but I can be patient. It certainly provides inspiration for me to keep up with school, knowing that one of these days all of my time and hard work will pay off in big shiny wood paneled or two-tone cars and cozy crafting trailers.
Here are some more of my favorites from flickr. I'm off to watch movies and cut paper snowflakes out of my calculus notes that I will never need again! I also honestly thought about burning my Texas Political History course packet because I hated that class, but I think it might be wiser to just recycle it.
Phew, that's a lot of campers! Here are a few links to interiors that they wouldn't let me post photos in my blog of. Hopefully I've held your attention up to this point, because they are really adorable.
One of my favorite bloggers, Attic24, has a caravan and her posts about it are just lovely. All of her posts are lovely, as a matter of fact. If you're interested in crocheting or just bright, cheerful pictures, definitely check her out!