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.