Thursday, January 14, 2010


I feel like I have learned more about myself in the past week than I have my entire life. That's what college is all about, right? Although I've realized that I am a well mannered, out going, good friend, truly original person, I've also realized that I need to get my shit together. My resolutions for this year are going to help me manage my flaws and better myself, and with all of this I hope to be healthier and happier.

I've been feeling great this week, whether it be from the endorphins from my daily work out routines, or the fact that I know I am my own person who will not conform to the typical wardrobe of an OU student. Come on kids, be an original!!! So this year is starting off well, and don't criticize me for doing this, but I am going to give up chocolate! Not permanently but for now. Along with my other many many realizations I realized that a lot the unnecessary calories I eat come from chocolate, and it's chocolate that is holding me back from achieving my goals. So, for now bye bye chocolate.

For now that's all.
But read my "I'll be there for you" blog. It's about all of my awesome friends.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

A poem

To be alive in this world you must stand out in the crowd, be different, be you.
Stand up for what you believe in and fight against what you believe to be wrong.
About something, anything.
Let your passions take hold. Speak out.
You must earn the title of individual!
You are nothing if you blend into the the rest like a mush of static and snow.
Throw out those UGG boots, get rid of that north face, untuck your jeans and be you!
To be anything less is a lie.
To conform to those around you is inviting them to walk over you.
Remember who you are, so you can
Earn the title of individual.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

My dearest apologies

I have survived my first week back at school but only just. And even though I am currently fine and laughing, it would be false of me to say I got here without any bruises and scrapes. I could only describe this week as a novel in itself.

I could rant and bitch about the hurtful details, however I feel that reliving those moments are not only painful but unnecessary. So to carry on I could divulge of my evil plans to dominate the world and take over the universe. I shall be the one true ruler of all nations, both human and alien, including Canada.

Ok, I'll stop.

Youth in Revolt was last nights evening activity for me and 3 of my friends here at school. The journey to the theater was hyper but not nearly as loud as the way back. The movie itself is my topping my list at number 1 now. Greatest movie ever. Nick Twisp needs to be my boyfriend. Anyway, while we were watching the movie I got a text message from my mother telling me that my step father found a dead bird in my toilet! WTF? How does that happen.? I doubt that the bird died in a fatal swim up the pipes of my toilet, considering birds don't swim. But if it did die before hand, how in the world did it end up in the inside of a toilet bowl? O well, I guess Pat took care of it and my mother didn't have to deal with any nonsense that comes with finding a dead bird in the toilet.

Friday, January 1, 2010

New Years Day. Time for a clean slate, fresh start, and a new beginning. Most people make resolutions (that will probably fail) to better themselves. And even though they may be unrealistic and unlikely at least they are there, at least there is an attempt to be a better person and in term better the world. The usual resolutions are of nutrition and health, or perhaps achieving goals and aspirations. They give us a glimpse of hope for a better future.

I once made a resolution, a very serious resolution, and not only did I achieve it, but I took it too far. This year I have other goals and new dreams. So a toast. To a New Year and making it the way you want it to be.

#1 Figure out college and finances.
#2 Get an apartment
#3 Become a free agent
#4 Save money for spontaneous trip to London
#5 To be Healthy... (not crazy)