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Goals for next semester and beyond…

  • Graduate.  Duh. 
  • Be more tidy.  My dorm room got quite messy much the annoyance of my roommate.  
  • Be more social.  I was a little isolated, but I’ve started to make friends with some really cool girls on my floor.
  • Join a club.  Get outside the dorm room for a while.  Get more involved.
  • Study abroad.  
  • Dive into my major.  Finish applying to the CEHD direct track program.

What I’ve learned…

  • Time management is important.  Yes, you do have to freedom to do all sorts of things, but you still have to do school work.  
  • Sleep makes everything better.
  • Your friends from welcome week will not necessarily be your friends at the end of the semester.  Sad, but true. 
  • It’s okay to eat alone in the dining hall.
  • Responsibility.  Making sure that you make effective use of your times and try not to waste others if you’ve made a commitment.
  • Your teachers don’t want to fail you, so go in for help.  
  • Plan ahead.  You don’t want papers to sneak up on you.  

Public transport is weird…

My friend Stephanie and I were hanging out in downtown Minneapolis for an evening and had to take a late bus back to our college campus. This is a picture of us from high school:

 

Kind of an old picture from when we did Spanish club.  

So we get on this bus and we’re the only people on the bus for a few stops. Then this guy gets on. I have this neon yellow hat (so I don’t get lost in a blizzard. Minnesota logic), and the guy is just staring at the hat like it is the second coming of Christ or something. It’s making me really uncomfortable, so I just kind of ignore him.

Anyway, he then proceeds to ask me if my hat is battery powered or if it runs on brain waves. I tell him that I have no clue. It has become apparent that this man is not right in the head or is abusing narcotics. Probably some combination of the two. He starts telling us about how he really admires Dr. Phil as well as his thoughts on Mormonism, and how he hasn’t seen his secretary in months. It was all kind of a blur, but he just kind of petered off.


Five minutes later, this same guy crosses the aisle to my friend and I and hands us some coins and tells us thank you for brightening his evening. I got 3 cents of this guy. My friend got 26 cents (lucky). He just kind of keeps rambling incoherently about how he’d like to give my friend and I a job because we’re both so attractive. He then asks if he can get off the bus with us and hang out with us tonight on our college campus. Thinking fast, we’re like “ah… no. We have really early classes tomorrow.”


So at this point we’re afraid that he’s going to follow us of the bus to our deserted college campus at 11:30 at night. He doesn’t though. I end up getting back to my dorm 3 cents richer and with a little more life experience.


Welcome to the TARDIS…I mean…my dorm:

hazelcat91:

Secretly want to do this to my dorm door. 

But we can only cover one-third of the door.  Maybe on the inside.  

Do you think my roommate would mind?

(Source: trololololointhedungeon)

This blog needs moor kittehs!  

(Source: awesome-)

yeah… 
life in college. 

yeah… 

life in college. 

(Source: grouchosmarx)

Whuddup?! Totally set for next semester

Nothing too scary. 

Pretty easy looking Monday, Wednesday, Fridays.  

I am excited to turn over a new leaf in classes.  

wish-i-was-here:

Glasgow Green, Glasgow, Scotland

More Glasgow.

wish-i-was-here:

Glasgow Green, Glasgow, Scotland

More Glasgow.

(via )

vjwphoto:

- Minneapolis, Minnesota
vjwphoto.com

I love Minneapolis like nobody’s business. 

vjwphoto:

- Minneapolis, Minnesota

vjwphoto.com

I love Minneapolis like nobody’s business. 

(via vincentw-ix-deactivated20140109)

On a scale from 1 to 10…

…how awkward would it be to issue a noise complaint with my deaf CA about guitar hero next door?

What I have learned from Futurama and how I plan to apply it to college..

If you drink 100 cups of coffee, you will receive God-like powers and will probably achieve nirvana.  

Challenge accepted. 

fapitalism:

GO AJ.  GO AJ. GO AJ.

I got an A on my sociology paper.
I did indeed feel this way. 
Shamelessly.

fapitalism:

GO AJ.  GO AJ. GO AJ.

I got an A on my sociology paper.

I did indeed feel this way. 

Shamelessly.

(via fapitalism-deactivated20120910)

How I feel when laundry must be done.  
Not that I’m saying I have to paddle myself through murky water.  Just the process of getting a machine and dryer seems like a losing battle.  
Laundry is not fun in college. 

How I feel when laundry must be done.  

Not that I’m saying I have to paddle myself through murky water.  Just the process of getting a machine and dryer seems like a losing battle.  

Laundry is not fun in college. 

(Source: iraffiruse)

Goals for next semester and beyond…

  • Graduate.  Duh. 
  • Be more tidy.  My dorm room got quite messy much the annoyance of my roommate.  
  • Be more social.  I was a little isolated, but I’ve started to make friends with some really cool girls on my floor.
  • Join a club.  Get outside the dorm room for a while.  Get more involved.
  • Study abroad.  
  • Dive into my major.  Finish applying to the CEHD direct track program.

What I’ve learned…

  • Time management is important.  Yes, you do have to freedom to do all sorts of things, but you still have to do school work.  
  • Sleep makes everything better.
  • Your friends from welcome week will not necessarily be your friends at the end of the semester.  Sad, but true. 
  • It’s okay to eat alone in the dining hall.
  • Responsibility.  Making sure that you make effective use of your times and try not to waste others if you’ve made a commitment.
  • Your teachers don’t want to fail you, so go in for help.  
  • Plan ahead.  You don’t want papers to sneak up on you.  

Public transport is weird…

My friend Stephanie and I were hanging out in downtown Minneapolis for an evening and had to take a late bus back to our college campus. This is a picture of us from high school:

 

Kind of an old picture from when we did Spanish club.  

So we get on this bus and we’re the only people on the bus for a few stops. Then this guy gets on. I have this neon yellow hat (so I don’t get lost in a blizzard. Minnesota logic), and the guy is just staring at the hat like it is the second coming of Christ or something. It’s making me really uncomfortable, so I just kind of ignore him.

Anyway, he then proceeds to ask me if my hat is battery powered or if it runs on brain waves. I tell him that I have no clue. It has become apparent that this man is not right in the head or is abusing narcotics. Probably some combination of the two. He starts telling us about how he really admires Dr. Phil as well as his thoughts on Mormonism, and how he hasn’t seen his secretary in months. It was all kind of a blur, but he just kind of petered off.


Five minutes later, this same guy crosses the aisle to my friend and I and hands us some coins and tells us thank you for brightening his evening. I got 3 cents of this guy. My friend got 26 cents (lucky). He just kind of keeps rambling incoherently about how he’d like to give my friend and I a job because we’re both so attractive. He then asks if he can get off the bus with us and hang out with us tonight on our college campus. Thinking fast, we’re like “ah… no. We have really early classes tomorrow.”


So at this point we’re afraid that he’s going to follow us of the bus to our deserted college campus at 11:30 at night. He doesn’t though. I end up getting back to my dorm 3 cents richer and with a little more life experience.


Welcome to the TARDIS…I mean…my dorm:

hazelcat91:

Secretly want to do this to my dorm door. 

But we can only cover one-third of the door.  Maybe on the inside.  

Do you think my roommate would mind?

(Source: trololololointhedungeon)

This blog needs moor kittehs!  

(Source: awesome-)

yeah… 
life in college. 

yeah… 

life in college. 

(Source: grouchosmarx)

Whuddup?! Totally set for next semester

Nothing too scary. 

Pretty easy looking Monday, Wednesday, Fridays.  

I am excited to turn over a new leaf in classes.  

wish-i-was-here:

Glasgow Green, Glasgow, Scotland

More Glasgow.

wish-i-was-here:

Glasgow Green, Glasgow, Scotland

More Glasgow.

(via )

vjwphoto:

- Minneapolis, Minnesota
vjwphoto.com

I love Minneapolis like nobody’s business. 

vjwphoto:

- Minneapolis, Minnesota

vjwphoto.com

I love Minneapolis like nobody’s business. 

(via vincentw-ix-deactivated20140109)

On a scale from 1 to 10…

…how awkward would it be to issue a noise complaint with my deaf CA about guitar hero next door?

What I have learned from Futurama and how I plan to apply it to college..

If you drink 100 cups of coffee, you will receive God-like powers and will probably achieve nirvana.  

Challenge accepted. 

fapitalism:

GO AJ.  GO AJ. GO AJ.

I got an A on my sociology paper.
I did indeed feel this way. 
Shamelessly.

fapitalism:

GO AJ.  GO AJ. GO AJ.

I got an A on my sociology paper.

I did indeed feel this way. 

Shamelessly.

(via fapitalism-deactivated20120910)

How I feel when laundry must be done.  
Not that I’m saying I have to paddle myself through murky water.  Just the process of getting a machine and dryer seems like a losing battle.  
Laundry is not fun in college. 

How I feel when laundry must be done.  

Not that I’m saying I have to paddle myself through murky water.  Just the process of getting a machine and dryer seems like a losing battle.  

Laundry is not fun in college. 

(Source: iraffiruse)

Goals for next semester and beyond…
What I’ve learned…
Public transport is weird…
Welcome to the TARDIS…I mean…my dorm:
On a scale from 1 to 10…
What I have learned from Futurama and how I plan to apply it to college..

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