i should probably stop reading two books at once because splitting my study break between the two never works. oh, it's time to switch to the maze runner? but they just found another lead on the quest to find out where margo went! oh it's time to switch to paper towns? but holy crap, there is a GIRL in the glade now!
i should probably, no definitely, stop reacting audibly when i see boys i gave nicknames to freshmen year (...who i never actually introduced myself to) that are still adorable as juniors at the same coffee shop as me. especially when i know they are creative writing majors and i mean, that's just kind of adorable in itself.
i should probably not go to target when it's that time of month because every single thing i might even want a teeny bit can be justified by an emotion. OF COURSE i need a new tea flavor, tea makes me relax OF COURSE i need new running shorts, exercise does wonders when you otherwise feel like curling up into a ball! OF COURSE i need nail polish, i just deserve it. ugh ugh ugh. not okay. in my defense i definitely only bought those three things...
i should probably stop wearing the same outfit two days in a row just because i have different classes each day so i figure no one will notice. they noticed. twice.
i should probably stop thinking sometimes because sometimes i think too much.
i should probably stop watching the '22' music video by taylor swift. well, maybe not.
i should probably stop meeting people from the internet because they're always more awesome than i expect them to be and i hate that they live so far away.
i should probably stop wearing snow boots to class because seven times out of ten it's 50 degrees by 3pm even when its 20 when i walk out the door. but the other three times it does snow, so there's no telling in montana what to wear in march.
i should probably stop making peanut butter cupcakes with peanut butter cream cheese frosting. from scratch. because now i'll never be able to bake anything else again. and i may not be able to run a race because of how many i expect i'll consume.
i should probably stop trying to make 'yo' happen in every day dialogue. no, wait, i shouldn't. because today my coffee barista greeted me with a profoundly enthusiastic YO! and my heart melted.