Being the procrastinator that I am, I am sure that I will leave packing to the last minute, but don't fret because at least I have given thought to what I am planning to bring with me. (The final list will be published at a later date. Along with photos of me crying as I leave behind my Diesel boots...)
For the time being, you can all know that I am going to be a high roller making $190 U.S. dollars a month. Big pimpin' right?
For anyone that doesn't have my contact information: (I would love letters or postcards!)
Voluntaria de Cuerpo de Paz
Apartado Postal 3158
A few tips if you are sending a package (not that I'm expecting one):
1. Use padded envelopes whenever possible. It's cheaper and tougher to open and reseal for those people who want to dig through the mail.
2. Scribble religious symbols or write biblical quotes on the padded envelope. Catholics are pretty supersticious and don't want to steal from a package with a cross on it and have it get back to them. (I say this because I am a supersticious Catholic.)
3. If you do send a box, please make a list of what you included so I can see if I received everything you sent or if someone saw that Color Me Badd CD and got greedy.
This is only if you would like to send something. I am NOT expecting anything from anyone. But amuse me with your stories of the Cubs, Starbucks, Borders, Mark Prior, Gael Garica Bernal, Chicago weather, etc. Cool?
P.S. This is to clarify to all: I don't hate Starbucks like it may seem from my postings, but if you worked there you'd understand. I am just ready to move away from a life of retail to something different. I have worked a lot of retail jobs, right? (Anchor Blue, Juxtapose, Perfumania, Borders, and Starbucks)