Just a year ago, I was lounging around in my dorm room, napping on various patches of grass on various parts of campus, worrying only about whether I should go to 4:30 dinner or do a double meal before I went to go drink.
I think I certainly put off writing about graduation long enough.
Growing up in California, my friends and I would make some large generalizations about the rest of the inferior country. One of the main ones was, “that’s even more in the middle-of-nowhere/redneck/hickey than Ohio!” or “why would you ever go to Ohio!?” It was nothing personal, but in our minds, there was no reason to … More A Simple and Sweet Visit to Cincinnati
My weekend had some great highs and some pretty abysmal lows. The lows culminated in an email that the senior class just received kindly reminding us that we have only 100 days left until graduation. In response, I started frantically searching for food in my room. There was none. Again, another low. But here are … More Graduation is 100 Days Away…So Food
I’ve recently had very little to write about. Usually, when I run out of food-related things, I usually turn to semi-angsty posts about friendship, love, and life. But I just haven’t felt the need to express anything through writing, which I usually use as a cathartic exercise. It’s just easier to write when you’re sad, … More It’s Easier to Write When You’re Sad
There’s no time more enchanting than a spring evening. Those nights that are just on the cusp of summer, with a slight breeze just cool enough to sigh by your bare legs, and the air just humid enough to breathe in the delicate aroma of the shy blossoms that are slowly peeking out of the … More A Spring Evening