I can say I'm reasonably sure that short of my work stuff (carried on-hand) and the laptop itself, I'm fully packed, though you never know for sure; it's always possible to miss something and be totally unaware of it. Which in this case is worse than usual, since the plan is to pick me up from work and head straight to Canada from there.
I feel like I'm forgetting a ton, though. Not only something to pack, but something to say. I feel like there was something specific that I came to blog about, that the above was mostly fluff, yet I can't think of whatever it was.
Aside from that, though, I did have a chat with my mom. Rather, she talked to me, which is about as close as we get to talking. (Because I don't say much in real life, natch.) She found out that I'm planning on being a teacher, and seemed to think it's an alright career path--apparently, teachers are in short supply, so becoming one wouldn't be the issue.
She is, obviously, a bit knowledgeable on the subject. She's technically a tutor and also a substitute teacher of some sort, so she actually IS well-informed on the subject, knowing more about it than I do. And that means she is, in a sense, helping a little too much: she's asking questions I didn't even know were questions needing to be asked, yet alone, have answers ready for. Whether to work with younger kids or older kids or something else.
Apparently I'll need a Bachelors degree regardless, then the teaching certificate which is apparently about a year's worth of education. Seems like a lot of effort for a low-reward job, but...I don't think it's impossible. Just...expensive, and in need of me being decisive rather than indecisive.
I'll cross that bridge before I come to it, but not now.
Anyway, should probably pack my computer up, so this is it for now.