ughhh I hate you birth control. I hatechyu.
1. Whats your middle name?
Lukens, my mom’s maiden name.
3 per ear lobe (though I only ever wear the first in each ear these days) and my nose (nostril, left side).
40. What do you do before you go to bed?
I get my pajamas on, then often go on my computer for a bit. Then I plug in my phone and/or computer if they’re dying, brush my teeth, pee, say goodnight to my roomie. Then I turn off my light, get in bed, set my alarm(s) for the morning and go to bed.
13. Ever get so drunk you don’t remember the entire night?
No. Have I ever forgotten portions of a night? Yes. But never the entire thing, and any sort of blacking out is pretty rare. I like to go out with my friends, go to the bars, go to parties, but I try hard not to overdo it. And if I do drink a bit too much one night? Well, what can I do? Try to be a little more careful in the future.
29. Have you ever loved someone?
Have I ever loved someone romantically/been in love with someone? not yet. I look forward to feeling that someday, but I’m not rushing, I’m not complaining.
34. If you could go to any place right now where would you go?
I’d love to go to New York City, because I haven’t been there recently enough for my liking, and also to an ocean beach, because ocean beaches are my happy place and I’d love to go once more before summer concludes.
35. Are you missing someone?
I miss my parents in little ways often. Not in a homesick, ache sort of way, but because they’re wonderful people and I enjoy spending time with them.
And I miss my closest friends from high school, who all live a few states away.
35. Do you have a tattoo?
Yes, it’s on the left side of the middle of my back. It’s a turquoise wave with the line “it’s always ourselves we find in the sea” from an E.E. Cummings poem underneath it in slightly darker ink.
38. Are you hiding something from someone?
Hmm. Well, I’m sort of hiding the details of my love/sex life from some of my friends because they have proved judgmental/gossipy on things of that matter and I don’t think it’s their business.
My mother is also so eager to know about things of that nature and I refuse to tell her about them. I feel bad not including her when she’s so accepting and loving, but it just makes me uncomfortable. Both because I’m fairly private about such things and because I feel weird telling my family about boys with whom things are casual.
- Whats your middle name?
- How big is your bed?
- What are you listening to right now?
- What are the last 4 digits in your cellphone number?
- What was the last thing you ate?
- Last person you hugged?
- How is the weather right now?
- Who was the last person you talked to on the phone?
- What is the first thing you notice in the opposite sex?
- Favorite type of food.
- Do you want children?
- Do you drink?
- Ever get so drunk you don’t remember the entire night?
- Hair color?
- Eye colour?
- Do you wear contacts/glasses?
- Favorite holiday?
- Favorite season?
- Have you ever cried over a girl/boy?
- Last movie you watched?
- What books are you reading?
- Favorite movie?
- Favorite college football team?
- What were you doing before filling this out?
- Any pets?
- Dogs or cats?
- Favorite flower?
- Have you ever loved someone?
- Who would you like to see right now?
- Have you ever fired a gun?
- Do you like to travel by plane?
- Right-handed or Left-handed?
- If you could go to any place right now where would you go?
- Are you missing someone?
- Do you have a tattoo?
- Do you still watch cartoons on Saturday mornings?
- Are you hiding something from someone?
- Are you 18?
- What do before you go to bed?
I want to slip through fingers,
but hold up a ship.” —Michelle Williams (via ruefle)
Lately it’s like I have to remind myself that I have everything I could ask for.
I’m so lucky. And I tragically forget it.
I want to feel it all wash over me all the time and not be so scared of good things going away. Because they’re here now.
enjoy this time.
& I know it’s scary to socialize with all these new people, but put yourself out there. I was so socially awkward & nervous when I was a freshman, but I forced myself to be social & try to forge friendships, and the people I met the first week of college are, to this day, some of my closest friends.
It’s intimidating, and all so new now, but, if your experience is anything like mine, it’s the beginning of everything.
I want to live life like a celebration.