Wednesday. 9.21.11 6:43 pm
I don't like her, okay? bye
Friday. 9.16.11 2:02 pm
Saturday. 9.3.11 8:19 pm
Things I don't like a lot:
1) Homework I understand perfectly but hate having to do just as much (and mostly for that reason, really).
1) I'm pretty sure I was asked for my hand in marriage, the other day. I don't even know what else to say about that.
2) Today, a guy in a pickup truck held a sign up in his window. It said:
"HOW IS MY DRIVING?
--HOW CUTE. I wish I'd had a pen. I would have called him, DEFINITELY. Or at least sent a text. Just because I would have the balls to do the same thing, were the guy cute enough.
Near death experiences in the past week and a half:
1) A tree branch tried to kill me on my way to class. Luckily, I hadn't brought an umbrella (and was, yes, completely soaked from the torrential DOWNPOUR Irene brought), so I saw it coming down just in time to stop short and jump out of the way.
2) A ladder decided to take a shot at being a car. As in, it was in my lane in the middle of the super high bridge. I swerved out of the way maybe three seconds before I--going sixty miles per hour--would have hit it.
3) I was going to get my mail and hit the elevator button, but then decided that I wanted to be healthy and take the stairs. Just as I got to the front door of my dorm, the fire alarm started up. Apparently, that elevator I was going to take had just CAUGHT ON FIRE.
Beings I miss:
1) inhuman. She and I got super close, this past summer, and I really wish I could see her more than I'll be able to, this year. She's been there for me on a constant basis, which is something someone like me really needs.
2) My dog. I always go back to this January and February, in my mind, when I really want to think of a comfortable time in my life. I would wake up, look down, and there would be my wonderful, faithful pup, Sophie, snuggled up into my stomach.
3) God. We're on weird terms, right now. No lecture is going to help, either--I know that much. Faith isn't faith unless you come and stay, on your own terms. Just like any other relationship.
4) Someone I really shouldn't miss, really. A bad idea in the making.
Things I love:
1) The way the wind blows through my car windows as I'm driving around certain parts of the city is exactly that "breath of fresh air" everyone always talks about.
2) My dorm room feels legitimately like home. I think it's because I decorated it so that I belong. My Ganesha tapestry is so comforting, and my purple satin sheets are always perfectly warm and smooth. A lot of it is pink, but maybe it keeps me perky and feminine, because I haven't had a bad day, yet.
3) Knowing where I'm going when I'm driving around my new city of residence. I may not know a lick about finding a bank in walking distance, but I know how to get to all the places I need, without a GPS.
4) Having something to look forward to is my favourite form of motivation. I started the school year looking forward to a concert with friends from my hometown, which was great for me while I was adjusting to new people and needed that hometown support. Now, I still have the concert coming up, but I'm also looking forward to playing my first real match with the team, this November, not to mention all the experiences I'll come across in the meantime! c:
5) Good music is worth a lot, in my book. It's awesome when I'm driving down to the beach and a tropical pop song comes on...nothing can get me down when the wind's a-blowin' and I'm jamming to some acoustic guitar/ukulele-heavy pop. Not even a ladder (but that's a different bridge).
Tuesday. 8.23.11 8:33 pm
So I thought, gee, I would love to take karate, but I would also love to take ultimate. I emailed both leaders for more information, both emailed back--easy! The women's ultimate team put me on their list and so I got this notification that they would be practicing and messing around at the square by my dorm for a few hours, around 3:00.
I decided to go.
Huge mistake. Huge. Now I can't take karate because 1) ultimate practices are around the same time, and 2) I am so in love with playing ultimate with these people that it hurts (mostly my legs).
Seriously...I had SO much fun, and everyone is SO friendly. I didn't get tired or anything, either. Usually, with things like running back and forth, I get all bored and miserable, but this was both mentally and physically-stimulating without being boring or OVER-stimulating. The men's team is apparently hanging with us for the rest of the week, and it's awesome to play with such a range of skill levels and personality types. Common thread: everyone is very comfortable.
AHHHHH CAN YOU GUYS TELL I'M SUPER HAPPY AND FREE?
But yeah, awesome. Happy. Bye.
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