“If I die, I will wait for you, do you understand? No matter how long. I will watch from beyond to make sure you live every year you have to its fullest, and then we’ll have so much to talk about when I see you again… (Bones)”—Jeaniene Frost (via psych-facts)
Hey, I noticed your post that you say you don't have friends back home. I guess what I want to say is that that's really surprising. You're really social and bubbly, and always seem to get along well with others, and it seems a lot of people like you. And there seem to be a lot of people who enjoy your company.
haha. I used to internalize a lot of issues way back when—the bubbliness is more or less an act the more you get to know me.
Anyways, I think the longer I am away from home and my parents, the more socially normalized I’ve become, which has helped alot. If you scroll through [pls dont do this lls] you’ll see a lot more of those kinds of posts in the past. I’m glad my awkward phase has finally sort of shed, but whenever I’m home, it harkens back the *dark age*, and it’s effects kind of linger…the whole feeling of inadequacy, all of it. But. Thank god for college. am i right ladies
Thanks for taking the time to write something like this. It’s really nice to know that I’m not quite as clunky as I think I am, sometimes.
honestly a good partner isn’t necessarily someone who loves the exact same things you love but rather someone who is willing to listen to you ramble on and on about a particular subject that you’re passionate about even if they have little to no interest in it
1. first night as I sat down for dinner, my dad couldn’t get off the phone at the dinner table. it’s like. I haven’t seen you over a semester and you can’t just put down the god damn phone for once.
2. as soon as he did, he started talking about college park wasn’t a good school anymore, dropping in rankings etc…….Also he said I looked like his mom. Great, a couple minutes in and we’re already hitting on sensitive topics and likening me to grandmas.
3. My mom decided it would be a good idea to host a bunch of random asian people that had no home and family to go back to this thanksgiving [visiting America]. Which is nice and all, but NO family time. We are rarely all together….can we just have people who don’t even know what Thanksgiving is just go on not knowing. It made her feel really Christian or something idk
4. Maybe that was kind of a jerk bullet. I revoke number 3.
5. ten thousand projects and tests and speeches to think about over break. some break. No time to relax, not think about school, or hang out with class. Other orgo class got their 3rd exam cancelled. I literally can’t.
6. Only thing I’m looking forward to is mayhaps snagging some leather pants on Cyber monday. That is all.
7. I missed Toby, the dog, so god damn much.
8. companies blatantly pushing the holiday frenzy earlier and earlier pisses me off so so much
9. this term needs to end. NOW.
10. I want to get rid of literally everything in my closet and start anew. is that a thing? I think I’ve finally found my style, And like 90% of my closet is not it. oops. experimentation phases….aha
“One of the things I learned the hard way was that it doesn’t pay to get discouraged. Keeping busy and making optimism a way of life can restore your faith in yourself.”—Lucille Ball (via aestheticintrovert)