Because I’m worried about my family. Because I really don’t want our fun vacation to be spoiled. Because I feel so bad about my last blog post that I had to delete it. Because I just finished The Perks of Being a Wallflower and it is one of the most beautiful books I’ve ever read.
Just feels like a lot going on in one day. But I’m still looking forward to a fun time in Levathon.
According to my dad, I’ve been there before but that was before I could walk, haha.
Plus, he told me that it’s like one of those picturesque European towns, which makes me think of those quaint little villages. Probably completely different, but still really sweet. :)
My little cousin went into our bathroom, didn’t even close the door while doing his business, finished, didn’t flush, didn’t wash his hands, walked out, left the light on and didn’t close the seat.
Maybe I’m overreacting, but I think this is disgusting/disrespectful. Don’t just do whatever you want because you’re staying at someone else’s house. If he ever does this again and I catch him leaving all of this stuff unattended, he’s not getting away with it.
Ahh, the Cellar. Good times ahead (most likely).
If anyone from UPS is gonna be on campus during Orientation (more specifically, Aug. 20 - 28 between 5 PM and 12 AM) you should come by and visit! I miss your faces! <3
Today the Dark Lord looked at me.
My attempts at being humorous are abysmal.
Anyway, I dunno why I thought this, but when I first got on campus I couldn’t help feeling like it had changed. Maybe I’ve just been gone too long.
The Japanese girls were so sweet and I got to see quite a few people from Charles Wright (though I will say that I was quickly reminded why I was SO grateful to graduate and get away from most of them).
Don’t you get tired of BREATHING over and over again?
Swimming at the river! Feels so good! B)
Seriously, my poor stomach. I’m sorry about the lousy shape you’re in. If only my gym membership hadn’t expired… :(
But thankfully, there’s no extra charge for the gym at UPS. Plus, now that I’m living on theme row, it’ll be a lot closer than when I was in Harrington. :)
Incidentally, my dad and I had a conversation on one of my favorite topics: the English language. We talked about how connecting a two words with a hyphen changes the meaning of the word and makes it one word instead of two. For example, rear-view mirror. If it were changed to ‘rear, view mirror,’ it would mean a mirror in your rear that you can view. Or blue-green car, a car that isn’t blue and green, but rather a color that carries traces of both blue and green.
So yeah, that’s fun. :D