i’ve never played that many board games in my life. but i am glad that i was in new paltz when hurricane irene destroyed the internet. i think if i’d been at home i might have freaked out from boredom.
“Sometimes my need to love hurts— myself, my family, my cause. Is there a cure? Of course. But I refuse. Refuse to stop loving, to stop caring. To avoid those tears, that pain…To err on the side of passion is human and right and the only way I’ll live.”—Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer
my body is nervous for tomorrow. i mean i’ve been counting down the days since i put my last suitcase in my dad’s car when we moved out in may. 107 days. so how come all of a sudden i’m a little anxious to go back? i need to go back because i feel like when i’m at home my life stands still. so, body of mine, whether you like it or not, tomorrow is new paltz. deal with it.
“The situation in Pakistan is political, they want to dumb down the population in the state of Karachi. There are a bunch of factors in order to harm the people, from longer hours of low shedding compared to other places to what now has been recently happening, kidnapping of innocent random people and legit drilling them and cutting them up and throwing ‘em, and sadly Pakistan doesn’t give *pardon my language* two shits about these people. They are mentally demolishing the people of Karachi gradually. Please people really this needs to be big. No one other than Pakistani’s realize it..”—Moeez Qureshi
going to go watch skins and buy posters for my the room. i can’t decide if i want james dean to stare at me while i’m typing papers. or i’d rather stare at van gogh’s starry night.
on a side note. my religions of the world textbook hasn’t arrived yet. and amazon just shipped it last night. so that’s always good. professors are already giving out assignments. i signed on blackboard today and it was like OH for thursday, we need you to do this this and this.