Where The Sidewalk Ends

14 Oct

Hi guys 🙂 Sorry I’ve been MIA for so long.  So much has happened this summer, but now fall is arriving and cooling everything down including my life.  I want some hot chocolate and cookies now that I’m writing about the crisp season approaching my small, country college town.  I’m in a new apartment with new roommates (thank goodness).  All in all they are okay roommates.  The only negative thing that has happened so far at this house is that one evening I came home to a passed out roomie locked inside the bathroom, (we had to take a butter knife to pry the door knob off), and a shower full of vomit I later had the pleasure of cleaning up. Yeah, gross.  Don’t worry :/ .  We are still on good terms.  She apologized to me and told me it would never happen again.  Let’s hope not.

My classes this semester are the hardest I’ve ever taken .  I’m taking a lot of 400-level writing intensive courses (the highest level of classes my college offers for undergrads) this time around,so the workload has doubled.  On top of my daily mountain of school work I’m back to working at the writing center; I’m working more hours at the center this semester.  All this work is making my head spin and causing me to crash on the weekends; I do absolutely nothing but sleep and party. Partying?  Yes; I believe partying is in inevitable in a lifeless college town like mine.  Now I’m not “animal house”  partying.  At the types of parties I get invited to we talk about things like literature and religion over peppermint patty shots.  Not as exciting and stereotypical as most college parties, but they are still fun.

This post is a really lazy one because nothing is really going on in my life at the moment.  I’ve been writing poetry a lot lately; I’m starting to take my creative writing seriously.  I’m not sure where I want to go with this writing, but right now it’s really relaxing and therapeutic.  Other than that there is nothing else.  I’ll get back to you when there is.  In the meanwhile, lets all live life drunk and full:




One Response to “Where The Sidewalk Ends”

  1. katrinalabra October 14, 2012 at 12:09 pm #

    I love it! How cute


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