I’ve started this post and deleted it a number of times.
Franklin thought you could. Continue reading “If you ever thought you couldn’t,”
Jake & Nam’s friendship in 5 short bullets:
- Cohosting bomb parties
- Indian food (and cronuts potentially??)
- Terrible inside jokes/puns
- Makings lists of things to do
If there’s anything I’ve learned, it’s that I have a really poor judgment of character. I’m embarrassed by it really. Continue reading “I have a terrible judgement of character.”
Someone asked me about mine and I laughed because I don’t even make resolutions at this point – I never stick to them! But hey, what the heck, it’s worth a try this year. Continue reading “New Year’s Resolutions”
2016 has been one of the most memorable years of my life thus far and not just because it’s the most recent. Continue reading “The Best of 2016: A Year in Review”
There are very few that can come into your life and change you the way you did for me. I grew and changed, unrecognizably so. There are even fewer that do this and leave. Continue reading “Leaving this in 2016”
I was so wrapped up in the new and shiny that I forgot to polish myself up too.
I forgot that I am not new and shiny, but I am not old and dull either.
I was so wrapped up in laughing that I forgot why I was laughing.
I forgot that laughter is light-hearted and is the soundtrack to happy memories, not awkward fillers of silence.
It’s #GivingTuesday and I’m feeling very loved, very cared for, and very giving indeed. I’ve had the chance to watch people give and take over the past semester, in many different capacities and outlets, and I seriously think I’ve found the meaning of life. Jokes. Well, maybe. Continue reading “#GivingTuesday”
After a few e-mail, I was asked to share my common app essay to give a basic idea or ballpark. I won’t say I have the best essay because even now, reading back, there is a lot that I would change or edit. But here it is. Continue reading “My Common App Essay (2015-2016)”