Day Four.

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Day 4.

Who or what can’t you live without?

This is too easy. Music. My answer is music. Mainly my Ipod. It’s filled with over 2000 songs and is ever growing. I purposely went out of my way to buy SPARE earbuds just so that IF mine were to break due to some catastrophic reason I am always prepared to still keep listening to my music.

I am a person who can simultaneously have a conversation while listening to music, which I just recently learned that not a lot of people do this. But compared to high school I have started to listen to it less. I mean I do have pay attention in lectures, and listening to music while studying is hard now. So I basically use it as my armor while I walk to class. If I walk to class without music I feel so weird. And I remember once I lost my Ipod at a party, and truly thought I would never see it again. I literally came home and started to look for a new Ipod to buy. Apparently it was found under my friend’s bed. But clearly look how much I need my music.

Over.

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Right now I should be studying for my last two finals, but I’d rather talk about how 8 months flew by and my first year is coming to an end.

It is surprising to see that a school year goes by so fast, and there are people who are counting the years left until they graduate. It’s shocking to see that each day and week go by so fast, but when you take a step back and start counting the months and years it feels like forever.

On top of all of this, in roughly 10 days I will also leave my teen years behind me as I turn twenty. That’s a life changer on it’s own. I mean I know that I was a teenager long ago, at least the mentality of one, but now the last remaining part my age that said it for me is going to change too.

I mean a part of me is really glad that I’m ending a decade of my life but the child in me still wants to live. But as the small person that I am, I don’t think I’m ever going to be taken seriously. I remember a woman thought I was 15. She took off 4 years, that my high school life. She basically threw me back to grade 9. I mean woman, I would be glad if I looked this good in grade 9. jeez.

It is clear that when you’re younger you want to look older, but once you get old, your strive for youth.

Anyway the point to this is that I finished the “grade 9” of university. It was hard and brutal I was not prepared for the education portion, I may have failed. God knows. I fell into dark times, the winter here really drains one’s soul. I had to deal with depressing issues with others which I never encountered until this year. But in light of it all I managed to grow even more, and meet new people, made new friends.

And honestly everything and everyone is ever changing, but in this moment I like it.

Settled.

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Yup. It’s settled, I’ve become friends with most people on my floor now, which is amazing. 

I’ve heard others complaining about how terrible their floor has been, how girls don’t have their doors open, or how no one talks to each other. Ours isn’t like that at all, which, my god is amazing. Today we all went to an event together, and even though a friend and I got separated we managed to catch up. We’re also deciding on weekend movie nights/dinners etc.
I’m hoping those who are in harder majors don’t get tooooo busy but, as of right now i’m very content and feel good.