On the first day of one of my classes, I sat next to a chick who I soon found out was from Venezula. I wanted to be her friend, because well, I like everything that has to do with Spanish. I also found out that she is in two of my classes & has the same major as I do. Economics, Spanish-speaker, same classes — how convenient & what a lovely combination to start off a friendship.
What should have been an indication that I should stay away from her was rather a possible source of interest. On that very same day, I noticed that she carries around a planner that has a cartoon diagram of different boob shapes… Hm, that’s interesting. I brushed it off and figured that maybe she was into the arts. That’s not so bad.
But today I happened to sit behind her, and I saw her secretly trying to take pictures with her blackberry of one of our fellow classmates sitting in the front row.
I don’t think I want to be her friend anymore.
It’s been about a few years since I walked down this path. & though I’m the same height as I was then, everything seemed a bit smaller and the trek didn’t seem as arduous.
because as strange as it may seem, this life is still a gift. And with this gift, we were given a specific purpose, deed, job to fulfill. To not use this gift to its fullest potential would be like chucking it in the trash. It’s not only a waste, but the person who gave the gift would also be deeply hurt. so instead of living as though this life is all we got, we should live as though it’s one of the greatest gifts we received.
the new fb is aesthetically horrendous.
my brother’s a hero & i’m talking to him right now :)
i couldn’t be happier right now :D:D:D
GIVE ME MY GRADES, SMITH COLLEGE!!!!!! we are definitely the only school that distributes the grades out this late.
how is this even possible???? we don’t even have that many students.
i want new clothes but no money. what else is new?