Wednesday, March 24, 2010

I'm 20? well what the heck

I remember making a list of things I wanted to do before I turned 20. None of which I did. So, I decided to make a list of things to do before I turn 21

1. Lose my phone.
2. Go to Disneyworld 60 days in one summer
3. Continue to sleep 11 hours a day... perhaps bump it up to 12?
4. Eat my weight (which is still decreasing, thank you) in ritz bitz cheese things [something about eating highly processed cheese feels so good]
5. Read continuously for 4 hours [4 hours well spent]
6. Let everyone around me know I could do what they're doing better than they are. Because I could.
7. Watch Law and Order SVU everyday
8. Stay single...
9. Buy a tomagatchi and raise it until the tenth generation.
10. Emanate Captain Kirk and Indiana Jones in everything I do.

Wish me luck. I've set myself up with some pretty lofty goals.

Monday, March 15, 2010


I am a singer. I am an achiever. I am a dreamer. But, above all,
I am a sleeper.

It is a serious problem, I realize most college kids sleep through their classes, but I assume that's usually because they only got four hours of sleep the night before because of parties, homework, dates, facebook, etc. This is not the situation with me.

Yesterday was daylight savings, the worst day of the year for me. I went to bed at what was 12:00, but I guess actually 1:00. I woke up at 10:00. (9 hours of sleep) I ate breakfast, did my weekly weigh-in on the wii fit (didn't gain or lose...) sat down to read, and fell asleep. I slept from 12:30 - 3:00, making my count for the day 11 hours and 30 minutes.

That's regular. I sleep 11 hours a day.

I sleep through about 50% of my classes. My need for exessive sleep has led to a number of embarrasing moments, specifically moments involving loud snorting during lectures (Not an acutal snore... more like all the sudden my mouth kind of opens and my body can't decide whether it's breathing through my mouth or nose, and in, what I can only assume is some sort of unnatural alerting system, makes a loud pig noise letting everyone around me know the situation)... Which wouldn't be so bad if one of the two hundred kids who heard it laughed, instead they ALL look around awkwardly and kind of pretend it didn't happen, but I know from that moment on when they see me, I will be that girl who snorted in class.I get a lot of dates this way.

For those of you who are jumping to conclusions, I'll have you know I am never stressed, I sleep on a regular schedule, I eat healthy, and exercise regularly (I've lost 25 lbs since summer HOOTY WHOOOO!)

Wednesday, March 10, 2010


No real focus tonight... just thought we'd do a quick update

Application for Media Arts = FINISHED!!!
Which means, I can now spend less time on enriching my life with films, and more time and facebook and (thank you both so much for keeping me form accomplishing all I should)

My summer plans = Disney World.
So, if you would like to see me act ridiculously joyful, and wear an obviously unflattering costume PLEASE fly to florida to say hello

At this moment I am actually putting all my pictures from Italy on my computer...
Weird, I came home three months ago, and this is the first time I've really thought to do this. This also means that I probably won't be sleeping tonight because of the butterflies I get remembering my life in italy, and completly foils my plans to wake up early enough to curl my hair (maybe to impress my cute TA?).

So, when you see me tomorrow in the same pants I've worn for the past three days, my hair unbrushed, and headphones blaring, you can know when you go home you FINALLY have the chance to look at all 2500 of my pictures in Italy

If, of course, my hair is curled you may just have to wait one more day...

I realize the only people who will actually look at the pictures are those who were tagged in them, and even then it's just to make sure they are sute enough to leave the tag,

Monday, March 1, 2010

I missed February and I am sorry for that

I can't believe I missed an entire month of blogging... which mostly shows how little happens in my life.
I would like to take a moment to talk about one of my recently discovered weaknesses; Blood drives

The first time I walked past a blood drive was my freshman year. I had never actually seen one, so I just walked over...
and donated some blood.
Same thing happened today. I was going from English to History when I passed a blood drive. So, I missed history. The girl who poked my finger did it really hard, and I'm pretty sure it hurt about 10x as much as the actual arm part did... I'm struggling even now to type this without the use of my right ring finger :(

In other news, everyone is in love. 5 boys from my summer ward who were NOT dating anyone last summer are now engaged,people from high school are engaged or having babies. Them along with everyone else I have ever know. I, on the other hand, have not spoken to a member of the other gender since my creepy friends in Italy (who knew I'd miss being told "I love American girls" by a stranger on a bus?). And, since I'm trying the whole lose weight thing, I can't have any romantic evenings with Ben and Jerry anytime soon. Thank heaven for my new love affair with blueberries.

MEDIA ARTS UPDATE: Two weeks from today my final application is due. I am dying. This is the hardest thing I have possibly ever done, especially with an injured ring finger.