What a week!

It's been a long one. This week was particularly busy, full of meetings and projects and deadlines. I submitted my Hertz Fellowship application on Friday evening, and luckily my recommenders all submitted their letters, too! That was a relief.

Arnie K., Margot, and I are working on putting together a New Year's Eve run in Hancock. We met Wednesday to talk about the course and logistics. Hopefully it won't be too much work for three people. It's going to be a low-key run, with a loop of 2-miles, so people can do one loop or more, whatever they want to do. The goal is to get people to do something healthy on New Years Eve. We're hoping to have some cool shirts, a neat little get-together afterwards, and some sweet raffle prizes.

I also got the website underway for the Bike Commuting Task Force. This weekend, I have to make a poster for the World Usability Day- the focus of the conference is Transportation, and we totally fit in! The website is making progress... I still need photos, but it will hopefully get a lot of visits once it is advertised.

Other than that, I've just been trying to tackle revisions to a manuscript that my advisor submitted this summer, as well as write my own! I'm not gonna lie, I really like writing...

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