wow i thought i was done writing essays but then the real world was like WE REQUIRE COVER LETTERS.
barley bean burgers & roasted beets with fresh thyme :)
the show “i shouldnt be alive” just reassures me that it’s good to not be a nature person. these people are always like “i wanted an adventure so i paid to go to the amazon rainforest!” “family day trip in the desert—oh boy!” “river rafting alone—i’ll be one with nature!”
like, yeah okay: have fun with that.
drinking coffee makes me smell bad is that normal
I never work in the library, but I love going there to get caffeine/sugar and seeing all the busy worker bees. It’s nice to know I’m not the only one who procrastinates the living fuck out of everything. Especially since my roommate always gets her work done early/on time.
Of course, when I do work there, my favorite part of the library experience is when it’s 4-5am, and 90% of the library population has finished or given up and there’s only like 10 of us left, i know that all those other people are just amateurs.
you’re not about this procrastinating lyfeee. you aint got it.
I had to put my hair in big twists since it took me a couple of days to finish (mini)twisting and LOOK AT WHAT A GOOD TWISTOUT THIS WOULDA BEEN SON
missed tutoring and im still gonna be up all night. fmylife.
I called my mom the other day and she told me that I’m rubbing off on the trips, particularly bella.
So, my mom was trying to teach the trips to tie their shoes. apparently there’s some rhyme that involves a teepee. Isaac didn’t know what one was so she was like “oh well it’s where indians used to live” and bella interrupts and goes “DONT CALL THEM THAT, IT’S NOT NICE!” and my mom was like, taken aback (cause she’s “oldschool”—her words—and didnt realize or whatever) and was like “oh what should i say, native-americans, is that better?” and bella was like “Yes.”
although robyn pointed out that i should make sure she knows that there are people who are indians (from india) and that’s it’s okay (and proper) to call them that.
At the end they were like “lets do a closing circle! just call out a phrase, or a word that really sums up what we did here tonight, and/or what you’re gonna take away from our discussion.”
gee let me think:
white people being so white it hurts