What a turbulent, exhaustive few months it has been. My last post was a happy, witchy one that I snuck in right before my Winter term started. And boy, did last term knock me down about eighteen pegs!
I am the type of person who feels like 12 credits isn't actually full-time school. I tend to sign myself up for 16 credits as my baseline. I also tend to underestimate the way non-academic things can derail my academic things. These two lesser qualities of mine co
I met my husband nearly 6 years ago. My friend Hannah was trying to get cozy with him, but she needed a ride. I was couch-surfing at the time, which mostly meant I was staying with Hannah. I was happy to oblige, as long as I was fed and given a Wifi password. (I mean, really. Give me internet and calories, I'll be good to go.) For about a month, I took Hannah over to do her thing while I sat on the couch and watched movies on my laptop. Occasionally, Aaron and the other roomm
I've been going through my stashed art pieces, compiling the worthwhile ones and throwing out the endless gestures and sketches that aren't worth hoarding. I have apparently held onto every piece of paper I've touched since 2010, and desperately needed to weed out the excess.
In doing this, I found an old high school project. I'd made myself a ten-year life plan: I created this in 2008. I was 16 and taking Future Focus, which required you actually plan for a future. It woul