Soon enough, I’ll be waving goodbye to the States from the clouds up high. Ten days in Europe sounds appealing, but I fear that I won’t find what I have been longing for.
All I want is a good place to rest my mind, a location of meditation and peace. The turmoil boiling inside me needs to dissipate; I need time to ponder my destiny and to accept the reality that everything is starting over again. Perhaps a nightly gondola ride through Venice will help me. Or maybe some tea will work too. But these several days are important to me, because I will set my mentality straight and hopefully open a new chapter of my life on a good note.
Mmm Fusion Korea.
*Haven’t posted in a while. Will start updating this more often, especially during my Europe trip from 7/11 to 7/21. Woot.
It’s strange. We all knew we were graduating, we all knew we would split up. But it didn’t hit me until now, just five days before we actually graduate.
I’ve been thinking a lot about those friends I’m used to seeing every day at school. It hurts to do so, though. I am so used to them always being there that I took their presence for granted. And a few months from now, they won’t be there any more.
Things are changing and I don’t want them to change. I should be more excited about going to college. I should be more enthusiastic about the host of opportunities up ahead. For now, however, I am apathetic… solemn… pensive about my high school career and what I got out of it. I need to realize that: although it’s ending, it was a fun ride. But we all know that time is relentless. It never stops for anyone; so I just need to keep going—trotting down the circle of life, hoping to cycle back to this place at our first reunion to see the faces with which I was once so familiar.
I know he died after 1960, but he was nearly 100 when he died and prevalent far before his death.
Here we have Bertrand Russell, British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, and social critic.
you know this song.
every time signature.
this would have been stupid if it was any other song than this
CECILIA. CECILIA. IT’S OUR SONG BAHAHAH. Alex…just pretend you know it too.
(Source: gr0hl)Played 2819149 times.
Relevant to bio students.
And… I LOVE YOU MOM! SO SO MUCH!
This is such an ordinary picture, yet it gives me a taste of what’s to come. Living independently, living off coffee, living my OWN life.
Sigh, I’m a bit intimidated.
I usually don’t put up screenshots of my grades, but…
Chinese Class: 283%
Well, I’m certainly happy with this score. LOOOOOOL Classic Mrs. Fan error.
Long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony. Then everything changed when the fire nation attacked. Only the avatar, master of all four elements, can stop them. But when the world needed him most, he vanished. A hundred years past and my brother and I discovered the new avatar, an airbender named Aang. And although his airbending skills are great, he has a lot to learn before he’s ready to save anyone. But I believe Aang can save the world.
With the sudden spike in the presence of A:TLA on my dash with A:TLOK’s release, I figured it was high time to make this post, because there are shows that you should watch, shows that you need to watch, shows that your life will never forgive you for not letting in it, and then there is Avatar: the Last Airbender.
Book One: Water
Book Two: Earth
Book Three: Fire
Watch Online (also available on Netflix instant streaming)
Gonna watch it in the summer hahaha
Goddamnit I’m too obsessed with The Legend of Korra..