Thursday, August 26, 2010


I've now started college, and I have to say, I pretty much love it. It's fun. I go to the community college about 20 minutes from home, and every day I see people I have known for 10 years. Eventually I will go to a University, but I am really enjoying myself. I feel a sense of accomplishment and responsibility, it's refreshing.

On a completely different note, I feel the need to address an issue I have with people. Do not belittle others to make yourself feel better. It's really just not ok, at all, and you look bad. Yes, I talk about people, but I really do try my best not to. BUT I do not belittle them. I don't put others down to bring myself up. How you feel about yourself should not be determined by how others feel about you. You are in control of your own thoughts, good or bad.

So, I love college, and I hate self-concious belittlers. That is all. Thank you.

One love.

Friday, August 6, 2010


First of all, I love summer. Can't get enough of it. This summer has been really wonderful. High school is over, which is even more wonderful. But, now we are entering college world. And college world is serious. No cliques to stress over, less gossip (please, God let this be true) and more studying. I really look forward to this change of pace. I feel like I'm ready for it. Err..I think I am. We'll see.

On another note, it kind of irritates me how nowaways, I walk into a counselor's office at school, and they say, "Ok, what do you want to be for the rest of your life?" It's like, I don't even know what I'm doing this weekend. Why do I have to choose my major now? Granted people change their majors like 3 times..I don't understand why I have to just pick one. I have roughly 3 things that I want to seriously pursue. And this crap starts in like 11th grade. People always saying, "Well you better get serious about a major", or "Oh gosh, you don't know yet, uh oh, better get to deciding". Shut. Up. You're a 40 year old school teacher. Don't tell me this is what you dreamed of becoming all your life (no offense if you're a teacher). But still, everyone has big dreams. Why should we have to settle on one thing? Or decide so soon? I don't even know who I am yet, and they expect me to already know what I want to be for the rest of my working life...silly..

Well that's my rant for today. One love.