Sunday, October 31, 2010


why do demons and ghouls
get along so well?

because demons
are a ghoul's
best friend.

happy halloween.

Friday, October 29, 2010

why not

there's something
about this picture
that warms my heart.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

no other word but lovely

so maybe 
this video only
on my blog,
but that doesn't 
change the fact that
it's my favorite tune
for the time being.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

[s]no[w] thank-you.

the snow is beautiful
but it's cramping my style.
it needs to give
fall its chance to shine
for just a few more weeks.
that way i can continue
to crunch the leaves
when i walk on campus.
it doesn't work so well
when they're
wet & soggy.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Thursday, October 14, 2010

oh diet coke, you sure are the love of my life.

i have never been
too keen
on rating things
on a scale of 1-10.
that is why i now
rate things
on a scale of
one to diet coke.
it just makes more sense.
i love my diet coke.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

sorry school i forgot about you.

   plain and simple,
it was the 
best weekend
in a long, long time.
the hours in the sun,
and at the mall,
and playing tennis,
and laughing so hard,
and eating too much,
and sleeping in
were just what i needed.
needless to say,
arizona has my heart.

Monday, October 11, 2010

drive in

dg's at the drive in is
always a fun event.
nights like this
make me realize
how much fun
delta gamma
adds to my life.

Saturday, October 9, 2010

to my dear friend ingrid

thank you
for having
a song for
every mood,
in my life.
i just think
you're the greatest.

Monday, October 4, 2010

time to fail

my heart skips a beat
when i realize 
i am almost done with school,
yet i have no idea
(no idea)
what i am going to do next.
i think,
why can't it be like when i was little?
if i wanted to take ballet, i would.
if i wanted to play soccer, i would.
if i wanted to be a singer, i would.
and although i failed terribly
at all of these things,
it didn't matter one bit
because i was not afraid of failure.
not only was i not afraid of it,
failure didn't phase me
i had absolutely nothing to lose.
i simply brushed it off
and found a new endeavor.
so now i ask,
why should it be any different now?
maybe grad school is no ballet recital,
and losing a job would be a bit harder
than losing a soccer game,
but if i hadn't failed at those little things as a child,
i never would have discovered what i love.
so there i have it,
i am no longer afraid to fail.
and that little realization
makes the future
a lot less scary,
and a lot more exciting.