*Sorry I’ve been behind on posting, still getting used to the college life! Hope this’ll make up for the wait*
I’ve been at college for a little over a week now. And while many things make it great and wonderful, etc., I’ve noticed there is something missing that can contribute to the easy-to-breath environment and relaxation. There isn’t that strong air of separation between groups, no “one group of friends” sections, no people known on campus as “those girls” or classified into other categories.
There are no cliques. And it rocks.
Hello! Sorry I’ve been gone for so long, procrastination has caught up with me and I got really busy.
As you can tell by the title of this post, I’ve been prepping for college. Tomorrow I start the 2-day journey to my dream school, with my great classes, and my soon-to-be-made friends. I’ve spent the past weeks constantly running errands for last-minute items to add to my already obnoxious pile of “stuff” that will essentially be my life for the next year. Nevertheless, it is as thrilling as it is stressful.
I know it’s been a very long while since I last posted, but good news is I now have more things to write about! This post is going to be sectioned off based on topics, so feel free to read those that interest you.
Let’s go fly a kite
(me testing out if I can put pictures in :D)
One of the neatest things about the beach that I went to, Ocean City, MD, is that right off the boardwalk on the sand are dozens of kites. Sure, they’re advertisement for the stores, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t cool to see giant fish or cubes in pretty colors floating around. however, the downside is that if you’re running on the sand and you don’t see the strings holding the kites up, you can trip. Or so I’ve heard…