So because I like to sum up my months, and because one reason why I blog is so that I can look back and be reminded of what I did, and it's already the second week of June, it's time I got going with a May cap and a June reminisce. Plus, these past few … Continue reading The End of May and Beginning of June
I took my last first final today. Got my cap and gown, too. It's becoming more real. Almost started crying at Christine's apartment because I was thinking about how we won't be able to do this anymore. It's like a ball of yarn is unraveling, and no matter how hard we try, we won't be … Continue reading The Time Has Come
It's a quarter after 4 and I'm still awake. For some reason I just cannot sleep. I know that I'm tired. But I'm wide awake. And have to be up in a few hours for church... that should be interesting. I have all these thoughts going through my mind, so I might as well just … Continue reading Temporary Insominiac
Summer found this great coffe house off of Turnpike, called Goleta Coffee Company. I wish we had discovered it sooner, because we love it so much and want to be there all of the time.I went there to study the other day and it was very nice, although these two girls came in and decided … Continue reading Goleta Coffee Company
I had to read this book called Finding Flow for my religion and psychology class, and the author, Mihaly Csikszenthihalyi is talking about how our experiences define who we are. He wrote about how Mozart was a musical genius, but if his father hadn't forced him to practice piano "as soon as he was out … Continue reading Identifying I
There's something about studying at a popular coffee shop in a college town, with its free wi-fi, trendy decor, interesting menu, and late hours. It's like everyone here is commonly bound by the chains of final papers and tests. We all have the same enemy--school. School isn't the only reason why people gather here, though. … Continue reading Cajé
I'm in a way better mood than I really should be this morning. Friday and Saturday night I was in Irvine visiting Sarah, which means that I slept on the floor of her room for two nights in a row, and went to sleep late and woke up early. Sunday, I did the same thing, … Continue reading "Good Morning, Baltimore"