Well, yesterday was my birthday. It was a good one, despite the fact that I was forced by quickly approaching deadlines to do school on my birthday. Ah well… what can you do? It began with a German-style breakfast (I miss those so much) and if a day begins with that, how can it not be fantastic? My mom made me a cherry pie, I bought Pei Wei for dinner, found a renaissance poetry book at the used book store, and my friends and I spent the evening together. And not to mention I received some videos of my lovely friends over in Hildesheim serenading me with a chorus of Happy Birthday; which really meant a lot to me. It was fantastic.
Now a year older, the first order of business is to finish school. The second… to completely clean and reorganize everything. I need to turn over a new leaf. Upon returning home from Germany, I realized I have so much stuff. And it’s all basically lying around everywhere and completely disorganized. It’s just hard to breath, you know?
Also, I’m including the bucket list I told you about because I can and because I actually think I completed it (which is probably a lie).
The summer bucket list:
- do something that puts you out of your comfort zone at least once a week.
- enjoy staying up late.
- knit a cactus.
- make floral letters.
- reorganize & redecorate room.
- make a Germany photo album
- paint dresser
- finally finish my novel(letta)
- make things in mugs
- add to vinyl collection
- flea market
- read German poetry
- take a picture everyday for the whole summer
- dye my hair
- star gaze
- summer classes at the university
- speak German
- write my own poetry
- eat healthy
- catch fireflies
Today’s New Experience… watching a cartoon from Japan (dubbed over in English).