I don't know what to call it. It's this...feeling. But that sounds too cliche. But aren't cliches there because everyone knows what they mean? They're there because they've been used, and while they might not be sophisticated or eloquent, sometimes you just need to use them.
It's a feeling.
You know when you've known someone for long time, and they understand you completely? They don't need to ask you if you're sad; they can see it in your smile. They could understand everything you wanted to say when you make eye-contact.
That feeling doesn't just happen.
Except today, it did.
So, who knows?
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Because honestly, when I try to come up with deep, meaningful things to say, I feel like I end up sounding really self-important. Some people pull it off beautifully, and sometimes I try, but not today. Today I just want to tell you about what I'm doing. Since you've probably been wondering what my life is like.
I wake up really early, which is nice. I get a lot of things done, which is weird.
Things About Snow College That They Won't Tell You At Orientation.
-The rugs in front of the doors at Snow are super awesome. I don't know why they feel great underneath my feet. But they do. And I'm being totally serious and literal. Not just... "they feel great underneath my feet because I am exactly where I am supposed to be right now."
-The bathroom on the bottom floor of the Science Building is about the size of a postage stamp, and it's super creepy.
-Also in the Science Building, there's this hallway. I like to call it, "Human Disease: An Art Gallery", or "The Hallway of Nasty", or "Hallway of Human Suffering". Avoid it. It's full of student-made posters outlining different sicknesses and diseases, complete with several pictures on each poster. Just...avoid it.
I'm all out of words. Until the next post!