Thursday, July 30, 2009

The joys of being back in school.

Free condoms in the student lounge!
Too bad some of their parents did not utilize this option.
More on my frustration with 18 years later (see previous post about recent post-colligiates- its a pretty similar argument)
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Monday, July 27, 2009

Attention, dream interpretators

What does it mean when two people (who have never met each other but they both know you) have dreams about you? On the same night in very similar situations? 

I'm either due for a lesbian encounter or my sex life is cause for many people's subconscious concern. Trust me, there is nothing to be concerned about :-) 

Saturday, July 25, 2009

This is making an entrance.

I'm sorry if you've already checked this out, but if not, you are missing out on awesomeness at its finest!

Friday, July 24, 2009

Perk of having a boyfriend #345

You get to steal his clothes.

What is it about his clothes that fit so over-sizably comfortable? 

one more week :-) 

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Sneaky sneaky.

I'm in class right now. Playing on the internets! (Oh, calm down. We're on a break but it sounded so much cooler before I admitted that) I never got to play on the internet, or a computer for that matter, in college. And recently, I just started talking to my friends while they were in class via messenger or FB.

Now, you can talk to me!
I need to learn Photoshop.

ps- sorry I've been scarce. I've been way overwhelmed with homework and time managing. I apparently suck at both.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Back to School

I think the karma gods are mad at me for something.
It seems like college the first time around, I had no problems. No financial aid to worry about, no scheduling conflicts.
This time? School is having a field day with me. I felt like I had been put through the ringer- and this was before getting on the subway with the obnoxious portfolio and backpack (see tragic pic from my blackberry).

I keep forgetting the majority of the new students were close to 10 years my junior and had never attended college before. By the second hour of "To get an education, you must go to class" speeches, I needed a cigarette and an adult beverage. I get it! For every class you miss, that's $128 down the drain. Well, for that kind of money, you should be coming to teach me in the comfort of my own home!

My schedule originally was pretty sweet (except for that one 8am class- but I'd put up with it for Mondays and Fridays off) but now it's not so great- only Tuesday off WITH an 8am. That ruins a lot of weekend trips I wanted to make this summer. Oh well. Let's pray next quarter is better.

Now I need a nap.
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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Cruise Control: Canada Edition

I'm not going to go into too much detail about the fabulous Cruise to St. John and Halifax with three of my favorite people. I would hate for anyone to get too jealous because I'm already jealous of the fabulous trips everyone else is taking even though I just got back from one. But I will leave you with a silly story and 2 pictures.

Did you know the rescued bodies from the Titanic were brought to Halifax, Nova Scotia and that's where most of them rest to this day? Yea, me neither, but their maritime museum surely informed me. They have the only intact deck chair rescued from the ocean and one of their cemeteries has the largest amount of people (120ish) from the Titanic. 

After a day of being OT'd (over-Titaniced), we sat around the deck really wanting to watch The Titanic again- it's been what 10 years? We needed some Jack and Rose in our lives. Wouldn't it have been funny for them to show the movie on the outside deck? Incredibly inappropriate, but we thought it would be funny if right after the movie, they sounded the alarm and made everyone get their life jackets then announce "Just Kidding!". 

Then we came up with thinking it would be awesome if they had a murder mystery- like cruise. Apparently, two of us didn't get the idea and thought we were still on Titanic talk because we asked "How would they do that? Break the ship in half and say guess who did it?"
Not Funny? We thought it was hysterical and we were the ones on a ship in the middle of the Atlantic at the time.

This is a picture of us on the deck getting ready to watch The Duchess on the outside movie screen (note: The fog and lack of sun. We were the only two assholes bundled up b/c it was freeeeeezing):

We had so much fun, we even stayed for the second movie. It was one of my favorite parts of the whole trip. We skipped the sit down dinner (because really? After 5 days all the food tastes the same. When Cassi told me it was like eating at Ryan's for 5 days, she didn't just mean the quantity of food) and rocked the Grand Buffet instead. We brought our trays out there and my ice cream didn't even melt- that's how cold it was.

This is my new necklace from Nova Scotia. I really liked it and although I haven't previously been attracted to Hummingbirds, I am now liking them a lot. I did a little research and found out they aresymbol for accomplishing that which seems impossible and will teach you how to find the miracle of joyful living from your own life circumstances.  After this trip, I have decided I have a long journey of self discovery. 

And who doesn't like the towel animals?! The were by far my favorite! Here is our little frog with our ship on a stick trophy from winning the New Orleans Trivia. One night we didn't get an animal and while I was in the shower, BF got the room tenant to make me one. It was a fabulous surprise! 

I have decided I am addicted to cruises and I can't wait to go again. I think for my birthday trip, I will go again.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Something I wanted to remember

The things you put on the outside of your body still doesn't change what's on the inside.
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