I just came back from my orientation program at Brown University.
Let’s just start at the beginning. I had to stop at Chicago for two hours, and there I met some cool people that were headed there as well. Flew into Providence and waited for the university shuttle. Met some more cool people. Got to the university. Then met even more cool people, including the freshman that hosted me.
Then, I ate ice cream, partied with my future classmates, partied with my host and his friends, took a salsa class, and got back to the dorms really late.
The next day, I signed up for a bunch of stuff. I’m continuing dancing but am also doing Model UN, Taekwondo, Quidditch, the school newspaper blog, and other things. I met this really cute girl afterwards and we talked and got along really well. She called me adorable, so that was awesome. I went to another party after that and then an amazing comedy show that made me laugh through the sleepiness.
The last day, I went around campus with my host and we talked about all of the places to eat on campus, and then he got hungry, and we got some food. I had to leave for the airport then, and as I got on the bus, I saw the cute girl again, and we talked. We got to the airport and just hung out and continued talking for almost two hours. There, she told me that I was adorable again.
After catching my flight, I landed in D.C. and had to run in order to catch my connecting flight back home. By the time that I finally got there, I was one of the last people to board, and my stomach was empty. I didn’t have my credit card on me so I couldn’t buy the food on the airplane, and it took a whole 6 hours. That wasn’t fun.
But that’s it. I’m tired. I have school tomorrow. That sucks.
So, what does it mean if someone calls you adorable?
The girl who cuts my hair has so much sex appeal.
Reasons why you should have plants in your room
- More clean air
- People think you are cool
- They look pretty
- You can sing to them and they won’t tell you to shut up
- You feel proud when they grow
- You can give them cute names
weightlesslives:This might be the most accurate thing I’ve read everPosting on Tumblr is like talking to your cat. You don’t know if they are listening, and you don’t know if they care, but for some reason, it still helps.
And sometimes they attack you completely unprovoked.