Monday, March 29, 2010

Daily grace

1. Rain boots
2. Home made biscotti
3. Extra time with G in the mornings
4. Visits with my mum
5. Apartment hunting
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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Daily Grace


1. Rekindling a love affair with a blog
2. Mott's Caesars
3. George St. Pierre in his little shorts
4. Lethal Weapon marathon on A & E
5. Putting the finishing touches on my final studio project for the term

Friday, March 26, 2010

Daily Grace


1. Sleeping in
2. Sun on my face
3. How to make it in America
4. Birthday Dinners
5. Plastic Cameras

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Long week...and now it's Thursday


I should be really excited because after my two classes today I have my term break (all of one week) before my next term starts. But because of the situation last week I was granted an extension on my studio project that was to have been presented on Tuesday. SO....tomorrow instead of relishing in the awesomeness that is no school work, I shall be frantically rendering my floor plans so I can finish off my work. It's just been a strange week--I think I may be a bit depressed (is that like the commercial about being a little bit pregnant?) I just feel somewhat apathetic towards my schooling at the moment. I actually have an art history final tonight and instead of studying last night G and I went out for mojitos. (a WAY better call if you ask me) While I am feeling somewhat "meh", at the same time I really am realizing just how precious life is, and how fleeting. I want to choose to enjoy it as much as possible so I never ever take what I have for granted.

Monday, March 22, 2010

A pointless end

Last week a girl from my hometown killed herself. No one saw it coming, and our community has been jointly reeling in shock since thursday morning. She and I weren't friends, and part of weird guilt I have right now is that I actually didn't really like her. We weren't friends, but as is common in a small town, we ran in the same social circle.
She had always been dramatic and somewhat troubled, but I don't think anyone realized just how fragile she was.
There was a memorial service for her on Sunday, and the space was so packed it was hard to move. I couldn't help but wonder how someone who can feel so alone could fill an entire restaurant with people crying and questioning. I have felt so deeply sad, full of empathy for those she left behind, brother, boyfriend, best friends. They are all irrevocably damaged, such a large piece missing. I can't shake this feeling, I remain in shock and just wanting to tell all those I love just how much they mean to me.
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