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Figure things out
Also, turning my wrists out instead of in seems to help with the behind-the-back spins, although I still can't cross reliably.
No big loss, although it will make filling out the online application for MIT a bit difficult. Perhaps Mom can enclose an unsealed copy of my transcript in the grad school application package.
What could explain this mystery? Hmm. I've checked my luggage. Nothing there, not even in the pockets. I have my JITSE application papers. I have my extremely important scrapbook of letters. =) I haven't thrown any important-looking papers out.
Hmm. If I were Mom, I would've tucked the papers into the brown bubble-wrap envelopes. They're not there, though.
Perhaps I didn't bring them after all. Mom probably anticipated that I might lose the documents, and no doubt has copies in that little case in her locked drawer. Besides, I need new transcripts sent from home, anyway, so I couldn't have used the ones I (thought I) brought. =)
Yeah, that's the ticket. I'll finish the MIT online application when I get the transcripts from home.
<laugh> I'd forgotten the months for my awards. Fortunately, Google new. I love the Internet!
Also, have sent my TOEFL and GRE general scores to the wrong department. Can request another set. Whoops.
My bad. But really am sitting down and figuring everything out. Want to get into the Mobile Computing and Personal Information Management research group of UToronto.
... then learned today that it's a _videogame_ exhibition, with cosplayers that would've made the people back home nosebleed.