I’m in my first apartment!! I absolutely love it! It’s amazing! I still don’t have much furniture. But I have a bed and that’s all that matters. haha.
I was with a guy, he dumped me, I was single and kissing someone (haha), then I was single and now I’m not. I sound like a ho when I put it that way, but it’s spanned over the last six months.
School is still being an absolute pain, but I’m working harder on getting things started for this fall! Hopefully starting “big girl school”. we’ll see what we can get done. I’m also applying for scholarships, which is a huge pain in the butt as well.
I may have mentioned it before, but I didn’t have a driver’s license. Or a car. Well one thing down! I finally got my license!! 20 years old and I’ve finally gotten it. hahah and I’m on the way to getting a car! Holy crap, a lot is happening!
I still need a car, school, washer/dryer, pay bills, I need groceries, a couch and not exactly sure where the money will come from…but I’ll figure it out.
Mother: That is a lady. She was just born with the wrong body.
6-year old: How did that happen?
Mother: Nobody really knows. But she's working to fix it, and that's what's important.
6-year old: Okay! *runs up to obviously self-conscious woman*
6-year old: Hey! Miss!
6-year old: You look really pretty in your skirt!
Lady: Thank you!
*Kid skips back to her mom, and literally everyone in the vicinity smiles*
I'd just like to point out that it wasn't hard to explain this to a child at all...... Next excuse please?
A blog isn’t a blog without a transparent Will Smith.
I wrote this article for an application to a http://direct2tv.com/directv-scholarship.html scholarship
sponsored by: Direct2TV.com
By this day and age, if you don’t have a smart phone, you’re way behind. And while I’m part of that small portion who’ll stick with their brick of a phone, I’m still connected to the internet and the latest app; I can check Facebook on my computer, iPod Touch, or my tablet.
Just like most consumers, I’m driven to certain sites or devices based on my needs. (I found this scholarship online!) I just mentioned to a coworker (because I’m on my laptop before work) that it’s lucky most scholarships can be done online now. I have just about every social media site on my iPod or computer. I love sharing my thoughts knowing that someone out there will find it and freak out knowing we had the same thought.
Most of the websites I’m on, I’ve found by accident or heard about it through the grape vine. The ones I’ve been on longest are because I’ve gotten the most use out of. Myspace died out once Facebook was opened to everyone. My blogspot has cyber dust all over it now that I have Tumblr. I don’t need these websites, but because I’ve found them and made them useful, I’ve stuck with them. That’s really how people get attracted to apps or sites; what is it and how does it work for me?
Web and app developers almost can’t exclusively design anything without it being applicable to multiple uses: school and social, organization and amusement. I love my laptop because I can use it for school or browsing the web. My iPod for music but I have apps that can help me with my bank account and school/work schedules. Plus the iPod is a little easier to carry around then even my laptop.
I depend on my phone or my computer to find out about grades, work, my bank account and even how to get a hold of someone. Just like a vast majority of the population now a day, I want the information as quickly as possible. It’s extremely typical today, for everyone to be attached to certain sites or devices because of what it can do for them.
- Turn: Who’s someone you wish you didn’t (have to) say goodbye to?
- Uhg not going to lie, the one I wrote the virgin post about. haha I was with him for almost four years and you don’t want to let that go.
- I also wish I didn’t have to say good bye to all of my college program friends. The friends I made on my first Disney College Program were just amazing and I didn’t want anyone to leave!