How am I even alive right now. For every one step I take forward, life decides to punch me in the face and shove me ten steps back.
It really bothers me when someone decides to blame something on the President. For example, when someone who isn’t looking for a job goes: “I can’t get a job because the economy sucks. It’s Obama’s fault.”
No, it’s not.
It’s not the President’s fault you’re a lazy ass.
I feel like everywhere I go in class, everyone is a science major with a concentration in Pre-Med. And when we have an exam and there’s a group of people saying how easy the exam was when I don’t think the same, it makes me feel incredibly dumb. It’s also extremely discouraging to me - like these are the people I compete with to get into a good medical school. If I think a basic cell biology exam is hard…then what am I gonna do later one?
When I’m able to have my own dog, I’m gonna cuddle the hell out of that little furball
The Perks of Being a Wallflower comes out on Friday. And I might just watch it alone. Not because I don’t have anyone else to watch it with, but because the book has such a special place in my heart. And if the person who I want to share it with the most can’t come to the theater with me, then I’ll just watch it myself. I’ll be my own wallflower.
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield. There is nothing cuter.