September 9th through 16th is going to be the greatest week ever. FASHION WEEK!!! It’s going to showcase items for Spring 2011.
So instead of having four classes today I only had two, because two of them were cancelled. In the two classes that I did have, in my first one my professor didn’t even show up and left us with work. In my second class which was a programming class, I was gone for an hour because my student account wasn’t working and when I came back he said he wanted us to do a project for next class and I fail at programming and computer lingo stuff. That’s exactly why I failed at Myspace.
The upside to going to school in Newark is that there are chicken shacks all over the place and it’s much cheaper than buying food at school.
1. I haven’t paid my tuition
2. bought any books
3. have no clue where my classes are
I am SO ready.
So yesterday I get home from Orientation at 530 pm and decide to take a quick nap, and I woke up this morning at 830 am because of a phone call. This is why I never nap, my naps turn into a plunge into hibernation. I had plans yesterday, :( This is sad, this is going to be my last ‘nap’ before school, because I won’t have time like that anymore. I’m going to miss you, 15 hour naps.
- Me: I love you
- Mom: (silence)
- Me: I love you, say it.
- Mom: (silence)
- Me: If you don't I'll take your wallet.
- Mom: Wait, you have my wallet?
- Me: Maybe
- Mom: I love you too.
- Me: I didn't have your wallet.
- Mom: Vouzan ( which translates to mean terms that don't exist in the English language)
Maybe they don’t have a computer in the house, but I didn’t see why JWoww and Snooki went to an internet place to type up an anonymous letter that they’re going to place in Sammie’s drawer. What was she going to do if it was typed at another location, track the IP from a print out? If they really wanted it to be anonymous then they should’ve mailed the letter to the house instead of putting it in her drawer, because then she’s going to think that the letter was typed by someone in the house.
Every time I embark on a new chapter in life, I get new furniture. I need changes around me to make feel that things are different, that they’ve changed. I always get a new bedroom set, I got one when I started elementary school, middle school, high school, and now college. I love that my parents understand this and support my decision in changing everything. So now I feel completely ready for college and whatever life has to throw at me.
Just noticed that I’ve had a Tumblr for 9 months now and I only have 362 posts. I hardly reblog unless something touches me, is amazing, or really funny. I feel like I should have more posts than that.
Today while I was driving somebody flipped me off for the first time. It was one of those glorious epic firsts that I will always remember. Wish my parents were there to appreciate it.
- Ayanna: So what kind of guys do you even like?
- Me: I just like a guy who can mentally stimulate me.
- Ayanna: God, you're such a lesbian.
Does plentyoffish.com own the music video industry?
I haven’t done this in a while, but think I’m going to start downloading sheet music again and pick up the violin.
I was reading up on trends for the upcoming fall season, and there’s a trend that won’t die, it’s as if it’s invincible. Will somebody please kill plaid? I’m just waiting for it to go out right about now or for designers to come up with something revolutionary and new, but it seems that everything’s already been done.
I can’t stop listening to the ‘Power’ Remix.
“Fresh for the club, I just took a half an hour nap
Clap, clap, clap”
my favorite line, power naps all day everyday lol.
I love when the beat changes at 3:20.
Have you ever heard a poor man say that money doesn’t buy happiness?
Place never gets boring ever. I might as well have rented a house or a room if I was going to go this often, but not allowed to, thanks parentals. <—— runon.
- Me: you know how when you come on to little kids?
- Courtney: No
- Me: well then...
- Me: I love IKEA more than I could ever love you.
- Mom: Me too
- Me: oh.
I came to America in July 1999,and apparently I missed out on the greatest decade ever. So the ‘If you remember this you grew up in the 90’s’ group on Facebook means nothing to me. Don’t ask me about those old school Nickelodeon shows or if I knew that old school rap song because I probably don’t. When we hit 2001 and people started talking about how much they missed the 90’s and all that old stuff, that’s when I noticed that I had missed out on something epic. So I started doing research on the decade which was difficult, because the internet was crappy as hell in the early 2000’s and Wikipedia (the love of my life) wasn’t in existence yet. It was when VH1 started airing ‘I love the 90’s’ in 2004 that I started to grasp that ‘memorable’ decade. To this day, I’m still trying to learn about the 90’s so bear with me. Now thanks to Wikipedia and Youtube, I finally understand how dope they really were. But if anyone wants to talk about what was going on in Haiti, I got you. (crickets) Anyone?