Friday, October 14, 2011

i'm just happy i made it to friday

This week was kinda hectic. Juggling homework in seven classes, soccer, guitar, church and other things at home can get crazy. On top of all that, I was thinking about doing tech theater for our school's play this winter. I was about to sign up, but then today I found out there was no more room. To be honest, I was really disappointed. I thought I was doing the right thing by reaching out, trying something new, and getting involved.  All my friends are going to be in it, and I was excited. But, you know, maybe this is just a way of saying I need to focus on other things right now. And there's always next year.

These days just by. It's hard to believe it's already been a week since I was in Boston. Crazy. I miss that foliage, but Texas has its perks. Like, um, uh, I'll get back to you on that one. {I told my dad the other day when it was really hot that I was getting out of here as soon as I could and never moving back. I need someplace pretty, please. And maybe not so conservative. I like my city but the landscape is not so attractive, eh?}

That's from Boston. If I saw anything like that here, I'd probably start hyperventilating. Maybe. We're still getting into the spirit of the season, though. Our pumpkin lights are up and the weather is maybe sometimes just a little bit cooler. It's the small things, right?

Well, I hear some pizza calling my name. Have a great weekend!



  1. Sounds like you're very busy. I'm pretty thankful it is Friday too, no more Photography modules, manuals or notes until Monday, which is great since I spent all morning learning and trying to understand Focal Length and Silicon Chip/Sensor size relationship. Yay, I finally got it :)

  2. I know exactly what you mean!! I wish we got pretty autumn colors here too. But we are starting to get cooler breezes, so that's a perk. :)

  3. Lovely photos, and Boston looks like a beautiful city (:

  4. You make me very thankful for good ol' New England's beautiful autumn colors...we've been in the south for a year and I REALLY miss the landscape.

  5. From our windows, it's all evergreen, and then there's flat farms everywhere. But when you look into the hedgerows there are some leaves beginning to turn and I'm quite excited. The actual temperatures here are crazy though; it's about 6 degrees out which is about 40f?


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