Yeah, sounds like a typical college student talking about typical college student stuff. I'd like to take the discussion further than just sleeping in on a Thursday.
So, I woke up at 11 am today. In all honesty, it's not something I'm super proud of. I'd have rather gotten up, fixed the flat tire on my bicycle, and gone for a ride. Maybe I could have considered looking into my taxes (which I haven't done yet) or my research paper (due next week). Hell, I could have even had breakfast AND lunch before class at 12:30. But I missed all those opportunities. Or were they really missed?
Opportunities such as this are not something to get used to. Normally, I would be up early doing homework and surfing reddit, but where will I be once I've moved from Whitewater and the whole undergraduate thing? Will I be in bed by 11 and up by 6? 5? I have no idea where I'll be in 2 months, so should I squander these last few weeks of "freedom" from an actual schedule? The way I look at it, I'll spend the rest of my life waking up early. I'll see plenty of sunrises, enjoy plenty of coffee early in the morning, and I'll be to work on time, every day. For now, I'll enjoy my irresponsibility, as it seems my irresponsible days are limited.
Picture, for fun.