This is tough.
Making decisions lately has not been easy, at least when they pertain to my future. Do I go straight into a Ph.D. program? If so, which schools should I apply to? Do I take a year off? If so, what do I do with my time off? So many things on my mind lately, but one thing I know for sure is I’m getting out of here.
The first day of class this semester. Meh. The summer’s over. =[
sparkle.: so umm... 10 things i want to say to 19... →
- umm… i like your hair. and also poop. and stop updating your facebook status so much. - you’re gross. stop it. and then transfer to lincoln. cuz i’ll miss you. - also transfer to lincoln. so we can be plural again. unless you’re already halfway through the mitty monster’s digestive track. cuz… Hehehe =] you’re right, I do need to do that still! Bahhh…summer went by too...
Goodbye, San Jose
About to board my flight to Toronto. I won’t have a computer till I get home…or phone until New York. Goodbye everyone!! :)
For Personal Questions
If you have asked me a question on Tumblr that is of a highly personal nature, how about you try asking me in a more personal way. Anonymity is not a turn on of mine, so don’t expect me to jump at the idea of wanting anything with a person who won’t even own up to their questions. Come on, now.
I think I might be going crazy...
…but I’m kind of terrified right now. I’m so nervous that someone is going to show up at the door of this house and start knocking…and the TV is feet away from the door so it’s not like I can pretend I’m not here. I’m just scared. And it’s irrational, but clearly my body doesn’t care. Teeth clenched, heightened awareness, heart beating...
“If you can’t make it good, make it 3-D.” →
Friendly Atheist: So what does the Bible tell us? →
Who should we kill? - Homosexuals (Lev.20: 13. Rom.1:26-32) - Adulterers (Lev.20:10. Deut.22:22) - Disobedient Children (Deut.21:20-21, Lev.20:9, Exod.21:15) - Women who are not virgins on /heir wedding night (Deut.22: 13-21) - All non-Christians (parable told by Christ - Luke 19:27) - Those…
Relationships Improve Your Odds of Survival by 50...
ScienceDaily (July 28, 2010) — A new Brigham Young University study adds our social relationships to the “short list” of factors that predict a person’s odds of living or dying. In the journal PLoS Medicine, BYU professors Julianne Holt-Lunstad and Timothy Smith report that social connections — friends, family, neighbors or colleagues — improve our odds of survival...