Things.

First: Housing. We managed to get into a five-person apartment for next year!! Hallelujah, glory be, praise the Lord. =) We’ll be living in College East, a big apartment building right behind the Dow Center, where the dance studios are. Handy, if I have early morning dance classes. Which I probably won’t. So yea. That happened. Finally. Thank the heavens.

Second: Spring. It’s SUNNY outside. And WARM. and everything is MELTING. And birds are SINGING. And I haven’t been so happy in a long time. *sigh of contentment*

Third: Spring Break. I’m going to North Carolina. Whattttttt. \m/

Fourth: Technology. It hates me, I tell you. My cell phone doesn’t make sound any more. Meaning I can call people and people can call me, but while they can hear me, I can’t hear them. I also can’t listen to my voice messages. And the ringtones don’t work. Basically anything that involves the phone making sound is busted. I have no idea how one fixes that. Google is telling me that this is a somewhat common problem with the type of phone I have? Which is unfortunate, since now when I call Campus Safety on saturday and sunday mornings to ask to be let into the building where I work, I have to wait until the phone says the call has connected and then be like, “Um, I dunno if you can hear me, because I can’t hear you…but I need to be let in plz kthxbai.” Aggravation. -_- And not good. Let’s hope I don’t need a cell phone for any reason when I fly to NC and back?

Fifth: Work. I’m applying for a job in the writing center here next year and I have to write an essay singing my praises and it’s LAME.

Sixth: Shopping. There’s an adorable little vintage store a block away from my dorm and I went in for the first time today and it was lovely and there was this adorably awesome jacket that if I was rich would now be mine. Sadly, however, I do not have thirty dollars to spend on adorably awesome jackets. Darnit.

Seventh: Procrastination. I’m going to end this post and get back to work now. I may even leave the room and go study on the second floor in Graves Hall where there’s lovely couches and sunniness and it’s all pretty. Maybe.

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15 Comments Add yours

  1. mariertps says:

    *happainess* prayers answered! =D

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  2. sarahtps says:

    HUZZAH! I’m glad you got housing worked out, and HURRAH for spring, and you’re going to NC? Cool! I hope you can get your phone fixed or something soon.

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    1. Lulu says:

      Rofl, you call that an award?

      Plz.

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    2. AnnaEstelle says:

      Bro: Just because there’s no pizza doesn’t mean it’s bad. *grins* *slaps into shape* Be polite.

      Sarah: Aww. =) I feel special. Thank you! Unfortunately I shall have to decline re-posting it and all that…I don’t know that many other bloggers and would end up re-nominating several of the ones you listed. ;) But thank you very much! I appreciate it =) you’re ever so kind, my dear.

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      1. Lulu says:

        I’ll repeat:

        You call that an award?

        P L to the Z

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      2. sarahtps says:

        @Luke: I didn’t name it; talk to the person who did.
        @Anna: You’re welcome! And yeah, I get it. Finding bloggers to nominate for anything can be really hard.

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  3. Dragonslayer says:

    Huzzah on the housing news, and news flash about “vintage stores.” They’re like thrift stores, but way more expensive. Goodwill is the same thing as a vintage store, and by gum, it’s CHEAP.

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    1. AnnaEstelle says:

      Truth. But I was actually really, really impressed by the prices in this store…I was expecting it to be far, far more expensive than it was. It actually had really decent prices.

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      1. Dragonslayer says:

        Like trench coats for $3? Because that’s what I get at thrift stores.

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        1. AnnaEstelle says:

          …they didn’t have any trenchcoats, sadly…but I want your thrift store 0_0

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      2. Dragonslayer says:

        I love thrift stores. Mario shirts for $2, candlesticks, scarves, awesome glass bottles with corks that I fill with red liquid and put on my dresser–yeah, those places are awesome.

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      3. Lulu says:

        Awesome! Oh wait…. no… I’m not a hipster.

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        1. AnnaEstelle says:

          Your hair is too cool for you to be a hipster, bro.
          *grins*

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      4. Dragonslayer says:

        I’ve been told I’m a hipster before. I don’t really believe it because hipsters, by definition, can’t exist due to their paradoxical nature. So I’ve decided to wear my trenchcoat and not worry about hipsterness.

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