Wednesday, June 13, 2012

I could be mistaken for an adult

today is the day that i became an adult. to be completely honest, it's probably not that big of a deal.... but it's basically the end of my life as i know it. that part might even be true. life before today was full of experimentation. experimentation in the sense that i was doing things simply because i wanted to do them. there wasn't any significant end point in sight. there really wasn't anything or anyone that i really wanted to become. in simple terms, there was absolutely no point in anything that i was doing with my life.

but today. today was different. well, realistically, the last few weeks have been different. keep this noted. remember this day and remember this next sentence.
I declared my major, I will become a literary genius

it was such a strange feeling for me to walk into the advisors office knowing that in a few short minutes i would be walking out knowing what i will be doing for a career and knowing exactly what i'm going to school for. why this freaks me out so much is a complete mystery to me. so if you're wondering why i'm so stressed about declaring a major when i can change it any time that i want, you're not alone. i'm wondering the exact same thing. 

so stay tuned, folks. because i might decide to change my mind. except for the fact that i most likely won't. because i love english and i love literature.

Monday, June 4, 2012

My 18th Year

Man these 18 years of my life have been pretty darn wonderful.
My 18th year was a terrific one, my friends.

I have done lots of good stuff... which include:
Gained a brother (hooray!)
Survived my first year of college
Made some wonderful friends
Got a job
Bought a car
Spent way too much money
Moved into an apartment
Moved back home for the summer
Created this wonderful blog

Okay fine, my lovelies, I'll stop telling you all the stuff I have done with my life. Because I could go on forever and ever and ever and ever about the happenings of the past 12 months.

Here's the thing though... I have just a few resolutions for the next 365 days
1. Get my freaking ears pierced. For real. I'm over having incomplete outfits
2. Get my Associates degree
3. Take some killer trips to the east coast and somewhere out of this country
4. Read at least 25 books from my book list
5. Have some truly unforgettable experiences

I hope this year is as good as the last one.