the uglier the snapchat, the closer the friendship
The first chapter of my college life has come to a bittersweet end. Bitter because I miss my foreign exchange roommate from Korea, and leaving my dorm forever, and sweet because I get to finally be away from all this stress and the thoughts of school for 3 months !! (not really, but yea I am away from here). Freshman year at CSULB was amazing. I wish I can think of better words, but I can’t! Not after using my brain for Chem (which by the way I’m doneeeeeeee). Freshmen year….what can I say. It was freedom, it was passionate, it was amazing, awesome, fun, adventurous, loving. From falling in and out of love, to making new friendships and meeting new people, to falling more in love with God and growing in relationship to Him, to sleepless nights from studying, to college midterms and finals, to freedom of midnight snacking and playing, to letters, to rants, to everything….it was just great. I love college. I love this new life, the many adventures. Most of all was the people I was surrounded by. Old friends still remained, but new friends came and stayed. I’m thankful to each and every person I met and I will never regret meeting each and every single person, because they are all beautiful, caring, loving, fun, passionate, and influential. I kind of want to cry because I don’t want to be away from these new people, and want to cry because I loved being at this dorm and the many memories I made here. But, I’ll still see my new friends when I commute, and keep in touch! <3 Summer of 2013, I’m ready for you. Thank you Lord and thank you LB for allowing me to leave this semester with happiness and many many memories! (The only thing I regret is not studying enough, but that’s the past!)
P.S., The last sentence sounds like I’m graduating. I’m not! But I am very happy ^___^
I swear, I’m on the edge.
TWO MORE DAYS OMG I CAN’T
Sometimes people have a hard time understanding what a happy relationship between two people who obvs think the other is awesome looks like.
We think this is one great (and holy bananas, so freaking hilarious) example.
YOU ALL BETTER FUCKING WATCH THIS
THIS IS GREAT. OMG.
so cute hahahahha
The art of “no,” continued: Saying no when you’ve already said yes. (via 2ition)
“Why can’t you take no for an answer?” is one of the most powerful questions you can use in a social situation: suddenly, it’s your harasser’s manners on trial, not yours. Say it in the mirror. Say it to assholes. Say it a lot. Feel awesome.