After I sat down in the aisle seat, a middle-aged blonde woman decided to take the middle one. I gladly got up (because who wants to be stuck next to a weird old man or a screaming baby on a flight) and we struck up a little convo. She asked me what my sign was (Sagittarius) and a few other questions about my life and then launched into an in-depth analysis of my personality & future. I’m recording all of this here so that in the next few years I can determine whether she had accurate predictions/analysis.
First, my personality (this is all according to her):
Now my future (this is where it gets good…):
really proud of all the people who ran the half-marathon today because all i did was wake up, eat Monell’s, come home, and sleep.
just finished my last day of undergraduate classes EVER and it’s weird because school has been such a big part of my life for so long (and I still have 2.5 papers & an exam left to complete eek) but now (finally) sitting and listening and taking in information and other people’s thoughts are all over. but “learning is never over!!” you might protest and to that I will say that formalized, power-imbalanced, institutional, structural, $50,000/year learning is most definitely over for me for the near future. I’m ready for something new, whether that something is exploring my dreams or working a boring job or crying over my lack of job/direction or sleeping or cooking or being artsy. life is no longer linear, and I really don’t hate it.
seventeen days ‘til that diploma.
super thankful for this weekend for reminding me why I love vandy, nashville, myself (in a non-narcissistic, empowerment kind of way), midtown fellowship, gossip girl, technology (and phun photo edits), laughing, sleeping, lazy days, trivia, having a future, and spending way too much time with this crazy girl:
house of cards.
throwing a watermelon off a parking garage.
party-hopping with ASBest friends from sophomore year.
stealing the goblet of fire.
so weird. so perfect.