It's Friday...It's Friday...which means...I SURVIVED MY FIRST HORRIBLE WEEK OF COLLEGE! :):) I am really, really excited about this, as you probably noticed. I had a biology test, chemistry test, photography project due, and media arts test. The biology one was a-okay (as in, I did well), my photography project is still in the works, media arts online test is due Sunday night...and my chemistry test that I was freaking out about wasn't nearly as bad as I thought it would be. But, I made a couple silly stupid mistakes like leaving out a sig fig or messing up the cm to mm conversion...but other than that, it was fine!
Now that my horrible week is over, it means I can get caught up on everything, including my blog! This is only my 10th post of the month, and last month I posted 14 times...so I'm hoping to get back in the routine again. Sigh. This is the first time my priorities interfered with blogging. I could have blogged, but I chose studying instead. Ah, well. So it goes, I guess. I literally spent over 15 hours this week studying outside of class, so I can't wait to curl up in bed tonight with a good book, get my laundry done, unpack from my trip home, hang up my clothes and plan outfits, and sleep well tonight! Eeeeeep! This to me is so much better than a lot of my classmates' plans for tonight...
I'm kind of exhausted and unenthused so unfortunately, I don't have a lot to tell you. I am absolutely drained emotionally. I couldn't tell you why the past week-week and a half has been such a weirdly emotional rollercoaster, but it's getting better and I'm so tired from it all.
My photoshoots with Niklaas are almost coming to a close...:(. I have at least three left and you should be so excited for one of them! It's one of my favorite that we've done! :) Hehe. I haven't taken pictures in a few days and as I discovered, I hadn't posted one of his shoots this week, so huzzah! Best of both worlds!
We took these pictures on Moscow Mountain where we live. It was so, so pretty. You'd never think walking around and driving through our hill covered farming town there could possibly be an entire desolated forest just minutes away, but there is a whole other world in Moscow that so few people experience! My mom runs every single morning on the "Mountain" and tons of people bike up there, walk, or camp. It's kind of amazing. We got to the top just at sunrise so these pictures turned out so warm and pretty!
I bought these shorts at goodwill for TWO dollars. My sister calls them my "Grandma" shorts and upon seeing me walk into the kitchen my dad asked, "Are you wearing a quilt??" Ha. Ha. Ha. But! I love them. They fit me so perfectly and they are actually the perfect length shorts. You know me and my pattern mixing...so of course I wore a striped top with my florals. Niklaas bought this wonderfully perfect scarf for me for graduation and I find myself wearing them constantly in Montana...partially because they're warm but mostly because I miss him, I think. Hehe.
Well, I'm off to do laundry and all my good girl activities :) hehe. I made friends with a kid from Kansas who wears plaid and cowboy boots and made fun of my height within five minutes of meeting me (yay!). My sister got asked to homecoming which as loathsome as that is because I certainly didn't get asked to anything as a 15 year old, is quite cute. My roommate let me take portraits of her tonight and I loved it! Also, I stalked her crush for her on facebook and wrote on his wall. Eeeep!