Lunch with my honey at the office today. Being 20 is really being grown up.
Tuesday is my 20th birthday. I am so excited for dinner with my boyfriend the day before my birthday. He is so great. I am also excited for my family birthday party at Pierce’s Barbecue in Williamsburg. Hopefully it’s nice so we can sit at the picnic tables outside.
Also, today my mom told me that she wants me to get a pair of Frye boots. She said they look “very Chelsea”. I told her she could definitely get me a pair… I mean, if she REALLY wants.
I woke up this morning, not really in a great mood. I wasn’t mad, but upset. Then I got an email from urban outfitters titled “NEW BOOTS” and I quickly got over whatever I was upset about.
I’m in love with the city I live in. My apartment in the fan makes me happier than anything. I love opening my blinds and seeing the trees outside my window. Today, Annie and I caught the campus connector bus to the land of the beautiful people, also known as the medical campus downtown. We met Alicia for lunch and then after Alicia left for class, we walked to city hall to look on the observation deck. The building is only 17 stories high, but you could see every inch of the city. The deck was windy and felt like a perfect fall day in September.
After getting back to campus, we rode our bikes home down Grove and split once we got to Allen.
good day, and it’s only 2:40 in the afternoon.
to hold my nephew. I miss him entirely way too much.
he’s getting bigger and stronger. check out those muscles.
I love myself for who I was. I love myself even more for who I am, and what I can be.
when did baby talk become cute past being a baby?
I got an email from one of my professors today that said,
“Finally! It’s September! A month that ends in burr.”
I can’t wait for fall! These hot August days seem to drag on forever.
Today is Wednesday and I’ve been waiting for the day for a while. My cable and internet is working (super fast) thanks to verizon fios. The cable guy got here around 8:45 am and just about ten minutes ago, at 12:50 pm. Ben pretty much read his book the whole time he was working but after Ben left for class I started talking to him about my major and plans for after college. That small talk led to one of the best conversations I’ve ever had with a complete stranger. We talked about our problems with religions. We also talked about being a “good person” doesn’t necessarily make you a good person. He reminded me of my dad. He was not trying to be creepy or hit on me, he just seemed like a nice guy. It’s nice to know there are still really good people/strangers out there.