I’ve mentioned that I’m not much of a fan of drama, right? Some might say it’s me causing the problems, since I seem to run into it so often, but they’d be wrong. I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve got a pretty long list of faults, but I guarantee you that causing drama is not one of them.
Currently, it’s my paralegal club giving me grief. We’ve got officers bickering, professors trying to take advantage of students, and basically just a whole lot of stress from something that is supposed to be fun. And while I try to help people navigate through their hurt feelings and see the opposite sides of any given situation, I still find myself having to remind them that this is not high school and we are not children. Personally, I think you really shouldn’t have to explain that to grown—and I mean fully grown, not like just-barely-21-grown—people; that’s something they should’ve learned for themselves or from their parents a long time ago.
So, the school has a big annual function this Saturday, and we’ve finally hammered out all the details and I think the group is ready to make it a success. But, I’ve got a schedule conflict and will be out of town with the PTK group, so I’m hoping for the best and leaving them to it. On the upside, I think most of the drama that existed last year with traveling with PTK is now gone (though we still have to share a room), so maybe a day away will be just what the doctor ordered.