What I am doing: Putting music on my computer What I’m proud of today: I went to class What I’m thinking about: My final and my paper that are tomorrow and Thursday Who is home: Just me. Plans tonight: Study, study, study My weekend was: Conferency What’s for dinner: I had pizza Feelings about love: Ix-nay on the ove-lay Feelings about life: It just keeps getting better, doesn't it. What I need: a job What I want: We won't talk about that. What I have: A sore back My pet peeve: Which one? My guilty pleasure: cookie dough What you don’t know about me: If I told you then you'd know it. What I can hear: Pirates of the Caribbean 3 soundtrack What I can smell: umm... the air freshener in the hallway, I guess? My style: Classy My hairdo: Feathered around my face, long, and straight. My outfit: Maurice's My mood: Stressed The weather today: Cold. Wet-ish. Thoughts on parenting: I amn't a parent. Thoughts on marriage: I amn't getting married ever. Thoughts on politics: ick. Thoughts on celebrity gossip: See above. Thoughts on beauty: Beauty is only skin deep yadda yadda yadda Thoughts on sleep: I like sleep Thoughts on writing: I like writing, too. My favorite appliance: The refrigerator. My favorite car: The one that's parked downstairs. My favorite splurge: Shopping. My favorite beauty secret: My hair lotion. My favorite treat: chocolate My favorite everyday pleasure: Chocolate. Ten years ago: I was nearly 12. And really not socially adept. Five years ago: High school. Ick. Junior year was almost over, which means my bestest friend(s) were all graduating soon-ish and leaving me in that grand Pit of Despair. One year ago: My K and I were awesome roommates. And there were other things. One year from now: Let's just aim for being alive. Five years from now: Still alive? Ten years from now: How about not dead yet? I’m famous for: I don't know... I’ll never be famous for: My grace. Who I am: I am me. That is all. Who I hope to be: A better version of me would be good What I’m thankful for: My wonderful family and patient friends. And fantabulous roommates that I have had to help me to keep going each year.
"I think I know how it is to be grown up; it's when you feel how someone feels that isn't you." -Frances Griffiths