Wednesday, November 17, 2010

The Christmas List.

Awwwh here it goes. How convenient, I linked all of the items!

The Keurig Single Serve Coffee Maker
I love coffee.
A lot.
I also love things that make my life more efficient.
This pretty much covers both bases.
Super practical, not to mention delicious.

Wii Karaoke Revolution: Glee
For all apparent reasons, I need it.
Mostly because the other Ellen needs it too.
I also would adore the Season 2 Soundtrack.
...or Season 1 DVD.

The George Foreman Grill.
I'm on a healthy [er] food kick,
I need me a grill.

Kenda Koncept Pink Road Tires
Kompletely Necessary.

Pink Leopard Saddle Bag,
perfect in every way.

Jon Hart ID Wallet
Just so cute and so functional.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

awhhhh, here it goes.

Well, I figured since people frequently approach me about my occasionally witty statuses and comments and social commentaries, why not go big. I was trying to remember the last time I really diligently blogged, and that would be from 2004-2006 on my xanga page. I am so mortified about the deeply ridiculous things I said and wrote on that page I will not dare give anyone that URL, but here's a small snippet of my really complicated 15-year-old life.

And that would be why i'm just going to shut that bad boy down for good for the mutual benefit of society. I grew up a lot in five years and I don't think anybody really wants to see what a scene-ster hippie emo kid I was at 15. Really, it was unfortunate. Either way, I think with all of the stress and major life decisions being a college junior holds like whether or not to wear rain boots, thoughts need a stage.

I'm trying to schedule my next semester [three to go!], deal with the long-term emotional damage of senior seminar and biomechanics exams, come to a conclusion about my senior research, pay bills, muster up the confidence to cut off a lot of hair, take leadership in the triathlon club, qualify for the 2011 NY Marathon, hold on to friendships, hold down a steady job, and most of all trying to live life on the side. That would be the very short-hand version of what you will be seeing more of [or not] after reading this. My life is not exciting in any capacity, but maybe a little insight and a few visuals can get things going. 

In the spirit of full disclosure, let's go ahead and get the worst case scenario out of the way. 
I present myself in my 2005-2006 blogging days.
I played 8 years of volleyball before they decided I was to short to do so.
I make cool faces, given the opportunity.

I'm a big fan of the summer camp scene.

Right in the middle of prime scenester stage. My spoon was too big.

That is all.