fared a bit better for my self-esteem. three people noticed. my good friend, eric, noticed first. and not because he wanted to interact with me on facebook and couldn’t, but because he reads my blog! yay! my sister asked me where my page went because she wanted to look at it…while i was sitting right next to her. and third, my friend ryan noticed because he couldn’t send me a...
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my day one
no one noticed, which isn’t that surprising since i wasn’t really into that whole status update thing anyways. and while i was kinda selfishly hoping someone would miss me, this also reaffirmed my decision: it isn’t THAT necessary, important, or personal.
Do you know that place between being asleep and awake, where you still remember...– Tinkerbell (via afteritwego)
passion pit / little secrets my new favorite...
the rhythms of life
i’ve been home for over a week now and i think i’m finally settled in to life in boise. most of this past week i’ve been busy adjusting and trying to balance out friends, family and personal time. its been straining at times but things have slowed down and i am starting to feel comfortable again. i think part of me was reluctant to readjust because i associated moving back home...
sleep can wait a little longer...
for some reason, it is always after all-nighters that i feel most alive. there is electricity running through my body. I can’t even bring myself to close my eyes…i think mainly for two reasons: 1.) as the two days start to blend together, time slowly disappears and i start to feel infinite. boundless. nothing holding me back. this sounds cheesy but it truly is liberating. this feeling...
mute math/ transformers theme
i've been avoiding this for a week.
off to clean the basement and settle into my space for the summer. with a little help from the new dave matthews. this would be so much easier—> ventisette: (via jennnay)
its funny how i had to leave seattle to find rain. and its glorious. washing off the week, making room for the weekend.
here's to brothers and summer
frisbee and volleyball with brothers. bike ride and downtown b-town with r-heav.
so i sent that last post from my phone, which is pretty cool, but only the photo went through. hopefully i can figure out how to do both. i’m all moved out of my dorm and taking in my last night in sea-town for a while. tomorrow the 208.
willingly left behind...
So just within a few short hours, the people who I’ve shared life with for the last nine months are suddenly gone. Its strange how fast things come and go. Yet, as I find myself hidden and alone in this empty dorm, I feel no desire to leave. While everyone else has ungrudgingly flung themselves into summer, I find myself reluctant to move. How am I suppose to step out of this newly found...
the important things is not to think much, but to love much: do, then, whatever...– Teresa of Avila