I’m very very very late to this bandwagon. But you know what? I’m glad I jumped onto it at some point. Let me say, at first it was hard to get into. Unlike Grey’s, which is drama fused with comedy to points of “Seriously?!” … This was pure comedy. It was hard to get into… Continue reading Scrubs (TV Show)
I love the saying that the title of this post comes from. It also makes for one of my favorite songs. And I’ve been changing a lot lately, more than I ever thought possible. Mostly, it’s changes I never saw coming until they actually came to passt. There was the fun over spring break: babysitting,… Continue reading I’m Not Who I Was
The surrealism is continuing. Last week I had what will be my last spring break before real life sets in. It doesn’t seem that monumental. The truth? Oh so it is. No, I didn’t “party” like some people. Classes resumed and everyone was talking about how much alcohol they managed to consume, and which bars… Continue reading The Last of Spring Break
I wasn’t a fan of Bianca. Sarcastic narrators may be my favorite, but that doesn’t mean they’re always likable. However, for me, Bianca wasn’t likable for her… erratic behavior. How she just dropped her friends because she couldn’t tell them the truth and even exchanged them for Wesley. & even at the end she doesn’t… Continue reading Duff (Book and Movie)
Recognize the quote? If you don’t, it’s one of the many iconic sayings from the titular character on the TV show Bones. She’s totally out of the loop on most pop culture things. It creates a lot of hilarity, actually. But for the purpose of this blog post, I’m talking about something a bit different.… Continue reading “I Don’t Know What That Means”
Anyone who has seen me lately will probably have heard me talking about graduation. Anyone who has seen my facebook lately will have seen loads of graduation. Heck. even on my blog here graduation has been featured. Logically, it might appear as if I’m super excited about graduation, right? Wrong. Okay. I’m excited, but I’m… Continue reading It’s Okay, Right?