Imagine you’re sailing to a new home overseas when the unthinkable happens:...– Andrew Tallman (via azspot)
today i put bullshit aside and hammered out a 9-page research paper about time, fate, and star imagery in romeo and juliet. writing about shakespeare, guys, is weird. and difficult. i don’t know how to do something that has not been done before when it comes to shakespeare. but the real thing here is, is this gruesome writing process i have now. i noticed there’s a way i do things...
some times i am a straight up indignant little child about my time, actually, how little of it is actually MINE. i just brood over classes i never wanted to take, and alarm clocks, and making lattes all afternoon. it’s so much time i throw away, and it just seems to no end, to no ultimate product. it gets to the point of outright despair. and i know that it’s childish, which is what...
so today i decided to make banana bread, because bread is ALWAYS better than throwing something away, and it took the oven almost half an hour to stop smelling like frozen pizza and start smelling like bananas. remarkable.
back to the drawing board for about the one billionth time this week. in a word/NEOOFFICE document, i have written the single sentence “this is a buddhist text” and every time i close a failed window, a dead-end search, that is what i see. and repeat. and focus on. this is a buddhist text.
407. Thank a veteran. And then make it up to him.
(via rulesformyunbornson) i really like this approach.
i’m eating dried fruit and looking up which dairy company has the best treatment of cows, lowest use of hormones, but still homogenizes their milk. i am officially a hippie, liberal douche bag. like, i went to the co-op in a mall to buy locally produced milk, not realizing it wasn’t homogenized.
In theory I’d like to think I’d get in shape by next june but unless the US runs...– liz podczaski. oh i’m sorry, you were confused as to why we’re bffs? (via caoimhe) last night my roommates and i started a workout routine and actually had to discuss where beer and gin fit into our new fit lives, knowing we can’t give it up, but deciding how to compensate.
disappointing things about today: 1. glenn beck has a children’s book out. this makes me hope children are as intuitive to evil and, well, blatant stupidity as they’re credited. nausea actually took me over when i saw the headline. 2. i had to watch a commercial on the news before i could see the photos of the day. 3. the GEO is maybe going to strike next week, which means no class,...
Religion is far more of a choice than homosexuality. And the protections that we...– Jon Stewart (via adayinboston) (via jesseboy) (via camiwillknow) (via gunstreetgirl) (via notesfromundervault) (via redorangeorangeonred) (via ljm)
someone, QUICK, make a blog. or, or, or a facebook page. about plants. and meitosis. so that i will STUDY. not just watch youtube videos of thumbelina. PLEASE. THIS IS URGENT. AND REAL.
i really hope that wherever my future takes me it includes a town with a bar with a lot of wooden stuff and $1 pbr nights. this is actually a requirement.