As young adults, there is so much expected of us. There are days where you have to multi-task things that really shouldn't be done at the same time; Like filing your nails while driving. I'm a believer in enjoying everything you do and never doing anything simply because you think you "should." But this doesn't apply if you're a slacker. Being lazy is lame.

18 March 2010

Spring Break: What I am, and am NOT doing with the week.

    • Going to sleep
    • Playing at the Sports Mall
    • Going to watch lots of movies
    • Going to redecorate my bedroom
    • Going to sleep
    • Going to cook AWESOME food
    • Keeping the above space blank for whatever the heck I want
    • Going to sleep
    • Window shopping (who has money to buy stuff?)
    • Going to hang out with long lost friends
    Is NOT:
    • Going to do hours and hours and hours of homework
    • Going to go to work

    15 March 2010

    Places I have been hit by a raquetball.

    • While watching the ball fly towards my head, it hit me in the back of the head.
    • The wrist. Hit the ball with the racket, not the wrist.
    • The ankle.
    • Between my thighs. Actually, I caught the ball. After it bounced off the wall, off me, off the wall, then landed right between my thighs.
    • In the stomach. A direct hit from the opponent. Right in the belly-button.
    This list will grow. Guaranteed.


    • In the side, or up the side. It rolled upwards into my elbow.
    • In the tender part of my ankle
    • Right in the nose. It's ok, I didn't like the shape it was in anyway.

    07 March 2010

    If you have not even tried, you have secured your failure.

    04 March 2010

    Beauty and effort.

    I was looking out the 2nd floor window at work, and saw a young man and woman walking across the courtyard together, her arm in his. Both were dressed for a special occasion. He was in slacks, white shirt and tie. She was in a floor length patterned dress and by the way she was walking, very, very high heels. Both were well groomed, but the man still walked like a man, casual and comfortable. The woman on the other hand with her quite poofy hair, looked as if she would fall over at any moment. She was rail thin, and with those shoes on, she could not have been comfortable. Having learned a little more of the nature of men, I am doubtful if he cared, or even noticed some of the lengths she went to to look beautiful. A little less make-up, a little shorter shoes, a little less hair product. She was a naturally gorgeous woman, so none of this would have hurt her. Not being, nor ever have been, a man, I cannot say this for sure: But how much do men care about the things women do to change the way they look so they may be "more beautiful"? My guess would be that men are content just to have a pretty lady by their side, happy to live and enjoy life as they are. Yes, I understand men are visual creatures and good care on the woman's part never hurt, but I think as women, we take our looks to seriously. For each other, and the men we choose to please. We should at least keep our fashion to functionality, (And walking, I'm sorry to those women who wear the nasty 5 in. heels, is a necessary function.) and comfortableness - For our own sake, and for the men who don't seem to care quite as much as we do.

    01 March 2010

    After Graduation, I should...

    Go to Grad School for Christian History - 0
    Entreprenuer a Pastry Shop - 3
    Move to Scotland for a Year - 5
    Do Something Else - 2

    Thanks for your input, we'll have to see what actually happens in the next year and a half!
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