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My week in an iPhone photostrip. I'm tellin' ya.

1) Curled my hair. And wore a fedora. Because I'm lyke suchh a hipsterrrr. Just kidding. I eat animals (dead ones, of course). And use aerosol hairspray.
2) Instead of paying attention in my last three-hour lecture before my final for abnormal childhood development (!!!!!!!!!) I made a to-do list, coupled with random doodles to pass the time. You know, since I already got yelled at for playing Words With Friends (play me: Nat Uh Lee).
3) Took another snowboard trip, of course. Had to drive on over to California for some snow; blasted sun is forcing me to venture to further proximity. Just move me to Utah, already..

Final finals week. Whoa. Minus the two classes I need to take in the summer (and one is just a boring research credit), I'm almost done with college. Just a 5 week long summer online course is standing between me and a worthless (and expensive) piece of diplommapaper.

..oh you know, then I sell my soul to law school for 3 more years. Graduating just to do it all over again. And people seriously ask me why I'm taking a year off?! C'mon..

5 comments:

Alexis Kaye said...

haha will you write my to do lists? If mine looked like that I might actually do the stuff. If I could write like that I'd probably just write my to do lists and then be too busy to actually getting around to the stuff.

Anonymous said...

Proximity:
nearness in place, time, order, occurrence, or relation.

Further: more distant or remote; farther: The map shows it to be further than I thought.


"further proximity" = ?

Natalie said...

I'm just one big paradox. Deal with it?

Connie said...

I love that Nat-uh-lee doodle! You should scan it and make it your header!

Courtney B said...

You're freakin' gorgeous!
I wish I could pull off the fedora look.
Are you moving to northern Utah? You'll be missing the Arizona heat..I promise you. I just experienced my first real winter in northern Utah and it has been quite the shocker..to say the least. (It snowed all day friday.. I miss the southern heat)