that sounded so enthusiastic.
so, i'm trying to get more in touch with my creative/artistic side, which in all honesty doesn't really exist. yet i'm working a job as an artist...its kind of funny.
i'm gonna try to upload more to my deviant art and be more into that and whatnot. but since i have no idea where to share this, i figured i'd do it here
its a blaqk audio wallpaper!
and here is the link if the attachment shows
so i was on facebook today, and someone from my japanese 1 class i took last fall posted a status. i was like hey, i agree with that. so i liked it. a few hours ago, i got bored and looked through fb again and i hovered over that persons name in my feed and it said add as friend. i was seriously confused as to why their posts were still popping up in my feed if they unfriended me and thats when i really learned about subscribing.
god its creepy.
first i was embarrassed that i liked
and by "free" i obviously mean i've had a lot of time to procrastinate.
anyway, i had a revelation! with recently getting a job for the summer, i realized i can finally get the tattoo for my sister.
or, i'll at least have the money to comfortably be able to get one whenever possible.
i've had quite a few ideas for it when i decided i wanted to get one for her.
1. my first idea was to get one of her drawings tattooed, possibly with her initials or a little
yay! well sort of yay. when i found out friday morning, i was ecstatic. then about an hour later i was miserable. im going to be away from all of my friends and family for the entire summer. i know it sounds childish, but ive never had to deal with it before...or deal with a lost summer.
like when i went off to college my freshman year. i was away from my boyfriend and family, but i had one of my best friends from high school there with me.
now its going to be me, stuck in
getting old kind of sucks. im in my 3rd year of college and i need 3 co-ops (paid internships) to graduate along with a butt ton of credits.
when i first started applying to co-ops, i had no doubt in my mind that i wouldnt have someone "call" me back. this year was technically my first year in the program, and most everyone applying for co ops has been in the major for at least 2 years. the upside, and downside, to having taken liberal arts for my first 2 years of college means