April 21st always usually falls on such inconvenient times. In grade school to high school, it’d always fall during spring break. And now here I am, my birthday in college and it’s the awkward last day of break that people around me are so transitional and coming right back to the dorms.
I think I’ve actually never spent a birthday with my friends. I’m just being selfish because I traditionally did spent it with people days before the actual day. But being in college makes me miss my parents, who are usually always there for me. But ever since junior year, I always spend my birthdays with them before and on the day, I am alone. It’s not sad or anything, because I’ve accustomed to this feeling since I am an only child. But I really hope that I won’t be alone at least one year, ya know since it’s college?
Do clinical work at the cancer clinic while interning at a public health firm until July when I take Chem II. Relax for two weeks while reading ahead for orgo and then move back in for NSO.
For the past few weeks, I have been leaving my headphones home when I go out; that is, unless I have a long commute ahead of me. Nonetheless, it has been wonderful. I can talk to people, take in the world, be more open, and all around really feel a part of the world around me. Something about headphones really excluded me from the outside world. Don’t get me wrong, I love music, but I can take a break from it to take in what’s always changing—the world. Doing without my headphones is probably the greatest when I’m on campus. It truly allows me to feel there, ya know?
Last 1.5 hours to show time at Thom Browne FW2014.