I should be doing College Apps and other stuff, so I’ll probably be on hiatus until the end of November (when all of the craziness will hopefully die down). I might sneak on to post a thought or two, but otherwise you probably won’t see me until then~
You Wish You Were A Senior?
“Crying does not indicate that you are weak. Since birth, it has always been a sign that you are alive.”
—Unknown (via arpeggia)
Lying beside you, wrapped in an embrace, I am chilled by the warm, gentle breaths misting the nape of my neck, each exhalation resuscitating my dormant heart, until it is throbbing, straining to leap out of my chest.
Darling, you are the night sky, encloaking me in your love, and I am alive beneath your touch.
I have so much more appreciation for Cross-country teams in Vegas and Southern California after running five miles in 92 degree weather.
Yesterday I spent seven hours volunteering right after going to Chinese School to help my mom sell food for the PTA, which pretty much meant that I didn’t meet the objectives I wanted to, homework wise (starting my personal essay, annotating some short stories, doing some Gov notes, etc, etc). However, I didn’t really mind volunteering for such a long chunk of time, since the work was relatively easy/ fun, and I got to tear people’s ticket stubs, which faintly reminded me of my time in stage crew last year. That and I got a lot of free samosas, too.
One of my few regrets regarding high school has been that I haven’t volunteered nearly as much as I would like to. Generally, I don’t have enough time to volunteer, and while I suppose I could always make the time, with the crazy amount of activity that seems omnipresent in my life, I often find that I really don’t have much time to volunteer, which is a shame. Hopefully I can volunteer more once the SAT is over, and after college applications are done, since most of my experiences have been genuinely enjoyable.
Also, if you zoom in on the bottom-most picture, you can peep my face in the picture.
Despite how amazingly epic, fun, loud, and stimulating today was, I still feel like one of my favorite moments was driving home, snuggled against your shoulder.