03 5 / 2013
Wow, I am a senior. I cannot believe it, it seems like yesterday I was getting ready for senior week in high school, coming down from a prom high, and getting ready to start something new by coming to Auburn. It feels like yesterday I was at Camp War Eagle afraid of what was to come, excited to meet my roommate who I instantly connected with, and excited to really see what Auburn was about.
And now…now I have one year left in my undergrad. One year that will be filled with ups and downs with making new friends and being blessed by a variety of children. It’s so unreal to think next May I will be walking across the stage graduating with a Bachelor’s.
It’s so much to think about and somehow I know it’s exactly where I am supposed to be. Somehow I know that everything will work out. I am so blessed to have all the opportunities that I have had and the ones that will be coming and yet, I don’t want this experience to be over.
Until next time,
16 5 / 2012
18 3 / 2012
So, many things have happened.
Many happy and exciting things: parties, beach trip, road trips, celebrating, new boys, new boyfriends, reconnections, letting go of the bad, meeting the neighbors, expanding friends, and growing closer than ever to others.
On the other hand, there have been many sad things: bad grades, fights, arguments, unwashed dishes, anger, failed relationships, bad influences, and making hard decisions.
Some of the unwashed dishes problems have cleared up as well as the trash craze, let’s see how much we can stuff into the bag doesn’t work. New books have been discovered and new obsessions.
The Hunger Games. No further explanation is even really needed. Read the trilogy in probably a total of 7 days, that’s right, one week. The last two books took me less than 24 hours to read each of them. Amazing works, and the twists that are held within the bounds are endless. Even though with all this said, Harry Potter could never compare. I could read them a hundred times and not care…this triology, I could re-read, but it wouldn’t be for a while. And, I am now fully prepared to go watch and critique the movie at my best. I have my doubts, but I think the movie will enhance what happens in the books.
As for now, I’m finally feeling sleepy, and hoping that my sickness will allow me to sleep tonight.
Until next time,
01 12 / 2011
Don’t worry, he’ll miss you. He screwed up & you did absolutely nothing wrong. He failed. He’s not smart enough. If he was smart, he would have realized what he was saying goodbye to. But he didn’t, & now he’s gone. Don’t call him telling him you miss him. Don’t even call him just to hear his voice and hang up. Don’t do it. You don’t miss him, you miss what you used to be. Right now your waiting for someone to prove to you, that you don’t need him. I promise that person is right around the corner, but you have to let go of him & his bullshit first. He’ll be back one day, it will be him calling you saying he misses you every night. He’ll have his friends ask you if you still care about him. It will be your turn to just say, fuck you. You had me and you messed it all up. For now, find every reason to be happy without him. Don’t message him, don’t comment him. Just smile at him, and remind him that he let go of a perfect girl.
20 10 / 2011
So, is it just me or do you like a clean kitchen and clean house? Well, my roommates tend to not care and just leave stuff lying around in the sink for weeks. I mean seriously?! And of course, they know that I’m going to do it because I can’t stand it and it bothers me…you can’t be too busy to at least clean up once a day or something. It just irritates me!
10 9 / 2011
First of all, War Eagle! :) I am an Auburn Fan & I’m probably one of the biggest ones that you’ll ever met. I love my number 13 (Craig Sanders) & number 43 (Phil Lutzenkirchen) as well as everyone else on the team. After the past two wins, it’s gonna be a long season that’s for sure.
But, more importantly onto what is really on my mind. So, I said before that my roommates pretty much refuse to take out the trash and do the dishes…which left me to do it. I’ve started, unloaded, and started again the dishwasher…then the dishes that are clean just sit there while dishes pile up in the sink. What is this?! Can you not spend at most 10 minutes to unload the dishwasher and put the dishes from the sink in there? Obviously you can’t, or they can’t. It’s just so irritating because no one wants dirty dishes just sitting around and I’m tired of being the one to always clean up.
Until next time,