Yeah, lookin' at it I would much rather prefer living at college despite being away from things. Distance makes the heart grow fonder? Oh yay! Things are so much better when their value goes up like that.
Hahah you've never gone to Asia before?? : o The night life in the more urban places is so bustling and amazing! Taiwan, Japan, all good. China is kinda meh...many people there are quite rude :I
Ahmygahh. You might be able to tell I'm a city-dude :/
Hahah! Naw I complain about midterms, but in the end I'm not anxious at all. Gives me a little pressure to actually try some more since I'm a bit of a slacker with sk00L (for the wise f00L). Little bit o' work and I'm good.
DUDE. YOUR PICTURES ARE SO HILARIOUS!! Especially Aerith being Aerith (I mean, c'mon) and Tifa being a glamour-gurl. HAHAH. The stick figures work soo well in those...xDD
I sure want to hear some of your hemorrhage-inducing singing! I'm always up for sum'o'those types of tolerance-challenges.
Oh midterms, I don't have any. Yes, you have permission to hate me for a few moments. My roommate and friends have already done so.
I WISH. A member named Kazuki who used to be pretty active a while back drew it for me. He is an amazing artist. I miss seeing him on the VAA. ;__; My artistic talent is this type of stuff.
Well, my roommate last year was from Colorado which is quite a distance from my school. I would never live at home because that would take away from the college experience (though I love my parents, siblings, and corgi to death). Gosh, I go home for fall break on Wednesday and it will be a recording marathon of screaming lines since I can't do those in a dorm. D:
College actually makes me produce more (at least last year) for some reason. And concentrate on studies of course too. Physics teachers are interesting folk. I would never be one.
What gave that away? ;D I've been to more than those, but I really want to go to Asia... I love Canada's weather in the summer, perfect for a delicate flower like myself. I know what you mean, plane tickets are so expensive and my younger sister lives in Montana which is very far from where I live.
I'm guessing you've gone to all those places already hahah Canada is an awesome place! Only been to Vancouver though LOL.
That's so crazy. I usually just travel to the countries around Asia now (if I DO travel). Well, not much more traveling from now on since plane tickets are so insanely expensive now :/ NUUUUUU--
Did you draw your profile picture? : o
Aw geez 2 hours away :/ my home is about 40 min w/o traffic, 1 hour on average away from where I go to college and I already feel like it's quite long. Hmm...I guess it's nice actually that I don't live at home. I feel pressured to record every time I'm back regardless of what I'm doing even if the deadline is over a month away. Not that I don't want to record, but having to do other things when your mic is right next to you reminding you of fun is... D:
..Whoa, college actually lets me concentrate on studies. That's CRAZY..!!!
Hahah! My physics teacher in HS also has an interesting background. Apparently he trained with monks in the mountains in a foreign land, had his head shaved bald and a large furry beard. There was a photo floating around of him doing that horizontal body-plank thing with only his hands supporting him. Incidentally, he was also a freakin' hardcore teacher T_T
Character limit doesn't love me either. D: And we could have been such friends.
I think it depends on the person. One of my close friends live in Costa Rica for three years and when I visited her (on the last year) she wasn't fluent at all. Then again, I don't think she had that much confidence in her skill or was as focused as her mother was in learning Spanish. Studying abroad is amazing, though I've never done it. I've been out of the country a lot (well, for the average American teenager/adult) and it's impacted my life a lot. Freakin' love Canada, England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. I'd live in those places any day.
lolz. Midwest weather is even weirder. It will be warm one spring day and then blizzarding the next, and then warm again. Yes, that happened my junior year in high school. Gooooooood times.
Haha. I obviously did not bring enough (since I live about 2 hours away and we have three different breaks during my first semester) because it's been pretty chilly here and I only have two long sleeved shirts. D: Those days were not very fun. I'm surprised my roommate's boyfriend hasn't made some comments about my attempts at jumping and trying to grab some of the hangers. I'm pretty sure it looks rather amusing. Oh, I know another person who would say the exact same thing.
PHYSICS. UGGGG. Brings back such fond memories of junior year in high school. My teacher was a former Air Force pilot, so if we could get him talking about airplanes or something, we were golden for the rest of class. My friend was in engineering, but she decided to switch majors after a semester or two. Way too stressful. Well depending on what year you are in, it might be. Always a good minor if you like fun stuff. Plus it's one of those careers that is limitless since new technology is always popping up.
Wtf, character limit :/
LOL makes perfect sense. They say you pick up language in a snap if you just live in the country. Perhaps I will study abroad..
Yeaaah I love it when it's like 60~ degrees too! IT WAS CLOUDY/COLD AND RAINED TODAY YAYYY! Funny walking around, cuz so many people here weren't expecting it and had only summer clothes...while I bust out my well-fitted peacoat and leather gloves. Though I felt overdressed as heck seeing as this is Cali. Oh wellZZ.
Naw I have too many clothes hahah...just brought like around 2/5 of it. Just barely enough to have some variety everyday lol
It'd be freakin' hilarious if some dude just mooed "mooeeeeee" while you try to reach your clothes. Sorry, maybe my sense of humor and imagination of real people are getting mutated from "guilty pleasures" xD
SIGHHh I knowww >_< it's quite painful. I mean it's koo when I get it, but right now I was just trying to get started early on my physics homework and I don't understand anything :/...and I was doing so well with pressure too. Stupid textbook not explaining harmonic motion well enough D:<
That's sooo awesome! I would have so much fun if I was in your major 8DDDD
Buuuut it's a bit late to switch...I guess I'm also worried about financial stability. EH, I'll try to do what I really wanna do on the side! It will be my side-main. Yupyupkindaoxymoronic.
I am not kidding. I literally have to drag my chair (because I don't have a stool) over to reach anything on the top shelf. It is ridiculous. Oh gosh, that would be bad. Did you bring your whole wardrobe with you?
Ew. Engineering. D: Why suffer through that? I could never survive those kinds of courses. Maybe that's why I'm a Digital Media Production/Theater gal whose area does not really believe in tests or exams. ;D
My aunt lived in Japan for ten years and married a Japanese national soccer player. I've read some of her learning-Japanese books and the language is pretty difficult. I feel like it would be easier if you were speaking/practicing it daily, but that's kind of hard in the US. Maybe that's why she lived in Japan.
Sounds like the Midwest. Last week it was in the 90s and the weekend it was in the 50s. All my winter clothes are at home and I was freezing. D: 65 is not cold! It is PERFECT fall weather. I envy you!