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Wish I had a cool light-up shirt that beat in...
Spilled coffee on my coral shirt before class today. :( Fail. On the bright side, I finished the problem set due today… That I didn’t know about until an hour before class. Hrm, gotta step up my game.
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Writing an essay for linguistics right now. Busy day, and I know I have a lot to get done. Good way to start off the day, and I wake up feeling… alright. Just need to get through this. A good Sunday night conversation later, I’m feeling more solid. But it hurts. It’s like wearing a chain-mail coat of armor while being hit with rocks. I guess I’m more solid, but the weight...
Decided on a new layout. Nice and simple, and the colors make me happy. So it’s been a few weeks into school, and things are settling down. I’ve felt some ups and downs, stress, and moments of motivation that remind me how life can be both absolutely wonderful and hopeless sometimes. I think it’s time to get my act together though. And for many reasons, I’m ready to do...
Summer 2010 Recap
This past summer has been an amazing learning experience. I don’t think I’ve matured immensely or gained a newfound understanding of the world… That seems too much of an exaggeration. However, I’ve definitely gained some perspective on the things and people that mean the most to me. My internship in New York was such an eye-opening experience. I’m proud of the work...
I can be changed by what happens to me, but I refuse to be reduced by it.– Maya Angelou (via kari-shma)
Girl: What's wrong?
Boy: I like her so much.
Girl: Talk to her!
Boy: I don't know. She won't ever like me.
Girl: Don't say that. You're amazing.
Boy: I just want her to know how I feel.
Girl: Then tell her.
Boy: She won't like me.
Girl: How do you know that?
Boy: I can just tell.
Girl: Well just tell her.
Boy: What should I say?
Girl: Tell her how much you like her!
Boy: I tell her that daily.
Girl: What do you mean?
Boy: I'm always with her. I love her.
Girl: I know how you feel. I have the same problem. But he'll never like me.
Boy: Wait. Who do you like?
Girl: Oh, some boy.
Boy: Oh. She won't like me either.
Girl: She does.
Boy: How do you know?
Girl: Because, who wouldn't like you?
Girl: You're wrong, I love you.
Boy: I love you too.
Girl: So are you going to talk to her?
Boy: I just did.