Beneath the make-up and behind the smile, I'm just a girl who wishes for the world.

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Captain America, say what?

Other than the incredible cheesiness and over dramatic scenes... I loved it. Scratch that (literally), I loved the cheesiness & over dramatic scenes as well. 

Captain America, the newest Marvel movie, was actually pretty good, this coming from a girl who doesn't know the background of the first avenger. I didn't grow up with comics, I grew up with a sister and a mother. Although, I was heavy into Power Rangers as I child, thanks to my male friends. Least to say, I was the pink ranger, every time. But Marvel? Nope. In fact, before this sudden Marvel faze that has suddenly sweep over the theaters within the past few years, if someone would have randomly come up and asked me what Marvel was, I probably would have answered them with, "You're amazed by something?" Because honestly, I would have had no clue whatsoever. Now, I do. Which is nice, I don't sound so stupid, but at the same time, I really don't care. I'm just happy with the extremely attractive actors they are choosing to act in the roles of the "avengers". Captain America & Iron Man are by far my favorite. Downey Jr. won me over pretty hard playing Iron Man, although I liked him before his role as Iron Man, so he's had my attention for a while. I don't know what it is about him. Him and Eric Bana, they just completely make me melt. It must be the hair. It's always the hair, right? 

Other than talking about Captain America & Downey Junior, I don't have much else to say. Oh, something came to mind. I'm pretty much going to be missing my bestest friend Christina. She's officially moved down to North Carolina. She is no longer on the other side of town. I'd make a sad face on here, but that wouldn't give how I feel any justice. It's much sadder than a computerized frowny face. She's happy, so that's all that matters, and I get to see her occasionally, like tonight, for Captain America, but now she's gone again... and I have to wait. Distance makes the heart fonder. Thank God for the internet to keep in touch! 

Alrighty, now I'm done.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

These are the good times?

Everyone tells me that I am currently living in the good times. I'm a college student, it's time to party, live life, explore. Well guess what, everything I want to explore it out of reach. I would love to explore Italy, France, Australia  Ireland, exotic places like that. What am I able to explore? Fort Wayne, Oxford, the few towns in between. I'm sorry, but that's not a "good time". Also, I'm supposed to "party" it up... well I'm not the biggest party person. Sure, I love to hang out with friends and have a good time, but I'm not the biggest Frat house person. That may be because the Frat houses at my school are not normal Frat houses, very small, and not that big of a deal. But I've always been like this. I'm more of a bonfire type of girl. Give me 10-25 friends hanging out in a backyard or off in some woods with a four wheeler or two, and I'm golden. 
So, when it comes down to it, I'm left with live life. I do believe I have been doing that as much as I could, since I can't really travel. I'm involved in school up to my eyeballs. I won't be out of school for like five more years, and by then, I'd like to start a family. Maybe during the summers I'll have a little across the seas vacation time with Samuel. That would definitely be nice, but if that won't happen until my mid-twenties to late-twenties, then I refuse to believe that this is the time in my life that is considered the "good times". I'm pretty sure for me, "good times" will happen when I get to travel where I want, (across the world) and start a family of my own, which I am extremely excited for. Not so much the pain, but the joy of making a miracle. 

But yes. I'll be living the good times in about 5-10 years. Dammit. 

Friday, July 22, 2011

Oxford, Ohio or Bust!

Well, I know I haven't updates my fellow readers lately. (Like I even have any freaking readers.) But I guess I'll do a short little tid-bit tonight. Samuel, Tyler, and Myself are heading to my Madre's in a few hours. (Nine to be exact.) And we're about to have a nice little vacation. 

Tyler is coming because on Saturday we're all going to Kings Island and Samuel needs a roller coaster buddy, since I will only be going on like, one. Other then that, he's there to survey the land. Check out the locals. Enjoy himself. (That sounds dirtier than it was supposed too. Oh well.) 

Hopefully we'll all enjoy ourselves and have a nice little vacation away from Fort Wayne. It's definitely needed!!! 

Goodnight. (:

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Santa, no! I said snack time!

So I thought tonight, since I really didn't have anything to complain about and nothing on my mind worth talking about... I'd share some of Samuel and I's relationship. We have a love hate relationship sometimes, but most of the time it's all love. We also talk to each other like brother and sister. I swear we were married in another life, which is why we are so close to each other after only 1 year of dating. Here's a prime example and the main reason for this blog. Conversation as is: 

Samuel: (In a high pitched just soft girly voice.) Saaannnntaaaa. 
Me: Santa? What the hell. Why did you just say Santa?
Samuel: No not Santa! Snack time!!! 
Me: I really thought you just said Santa.
Samuel: (In that same girly voice.) Why are you taking all the Christmas decorations Santa?! 
Me: Oh my God. You did NOT just quote the Grinch. You are ridiculous.
Me: Why did you quote the Grinch?!
Samuel: Because you said Santa!
Me: I only said Santa because thats what I thought you said to me!!!


Samuel: I'll keep doing it. 
Me: Please don't. 
Samuel: Okay. 

In other words, thank God I love this man. Because that was ridiculous. Also, *enunciation is the murderer of relationships and conversations*. Samuel's making rice crispy treats now, because I told him to. (And he wanted to I guess.)

*Thank you Sharon for enlightening me with this quote. (: 

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Should have been Guilty.

I thank God that I live in a country where I have free speech, or else I would not be able to express how I am feeling right now on this website. 

Casey Anthony. 

I could go on and on cursing her out and cursing out the jury, but really, I don't know what was going on in the Jury's mind. What they could have possibly been thinking during the 10 hour decision making time lot. I really wish I could have been on that jury, because God knows it would have gone on longer than 10 hours because I would not have changed my decision on how Guilty Casey Anthony is in every single thing she was charged. The results were that she was NOT guilty of: Murder, Child Abuse, Child Manslaughter. She was Guilty however of lying to police officers, which of course we already knew that (if you've been following) because it had become public that she admitted that she had lied. So of course she was going to receive Guilty for that. 

I just can not believe that she was acquitted of murder, child abuse, and manslaughter. I just can't believe it. I am beyond shocked and ashamed. That poor little girl should have received justice for what was done. All I've got to say is: 

Casey Anthony, even though you have been judged here and found not guilty, there is a higher power you have yet to be judged by, and I am sure he's not going to go as easy on you as this jury in Florida has done. I am beyond ashamed and shocked. 

At least Caylee is with God now, safe and sound, and beyond happy & peaceful. I hope Casey can live with herself now. (Really I don't. I hope she is in mental pain for the rest of her life.)

Fireworks at IPFW.

Well, they weren't all that, but it was definitely something nice to do to get out of this horribly small apartment! The evening started off around 6:30pm when Christina popped over, followed by Tyler a little while later. I got all the hot dogs started on the George Foreman while everyone watched a "Your Backyard Goes Disney" one of my new favorite shows. Probably because I'm obsessed with Disney. But anyway, I got all the hot dogs done within 10 minutes, wrapping them up in aluminum foil and sticking them in a lunch bag so they stayed hot/warm. 

We got to IPFW around 7:30, chowed down on hot dogs, chips, and watermelon that I previously chopped up a few hours before everyone came over. By the time we all got done chatting and eating, Christina's brother Alexander showed up in time to chow down and watch the 4 of us play a game of Cranium. One of the best games ever to play, as long as you don't have someone who is a super sore loser (Samuel). He acted way out of line today, pissed myself and Christina off (the winners) but oh well, I'll get over it. I just won't ever let him get over it. (: 

Fireworks started, pathetically, but then they ended pretty well. The company was definitely better than the actual fireworks, but like I said earlier, it was just nice to get out and do something for a change. I'm usually cooped up in this apartment, especially since I don't have a job anymore. 

I have a pretty busy week ahead of me, which excited me soo much! I'm heading out to Indiana Tech to meet up with some people to hopefully get my online classes set up, like I'm sure I've mentioned in previous blogs, and then I'm meeting up with Christina (same place) to do some web searching and just hanging out. Then when I get home, I'll probably be joining Samuel & Tyler for Wii games & dinner, which doesn't bother me at all considering Tyler will be our new roommate next year, I'll be seeing him a lot. (: 

Wednesday, I don't really have any plans, we'll see what happens. But then Thursday, ohhh Thursday!!! I'm getting my hair cut and colored, and I am beyond excited for it. I cannot wait to have this long hair cut, and lighter. It's basically black, the darkest brown ever... and the sun definitely hates it, because my head gets so hot when I'm out in the sun. So, going blonder and less short, hopefully helping the heat to go after someone else's  head instead of mine for a while. For the rest of the week, I'm not sure. I guess I was just excited for tomorrow and Thursday this week. Maybe something else will pop up on another day that excites me. (:

Monday, July 4, 2011

Happy Independence Day Everyone. (:

Couple things today...

Well, what am I doing today you ask? Basically nothing, but tonight, ohhh tonight there are plans. I'm having my friend Christina over tonight and Samuel's friend Tyler. We'll be grilling up hot dogs and then heading over to watch some fireworks at IPFW. I also cut up half a watermelon, which I have been craving like crazy. Watermelon is so good. (:

Any who, that should be fun. Especially after sitting at home and doing chores all day, plus a little bit of Sims 3. I know I'm 20, turning 21 and I should be over that stage in my life, but I really love it. I basically build up and furnish houses, and then abandon those people, which I guess is kind of humorous, but at least they have a stylish house? I used to want to be an interior designer so badly, but after not knowing if that would work or not, I went into Psychology, knowing that would most likely work better than Interior Design in the end, especially where I'm located in the US.

(This is going to be quite random, but who cares, since I'm watching this part of Titanic I would just love to say that Rose so could have moved over so Leo could have gotten on with her and not died. Geeez.)

And my second subject I wanted to touch base with, is True Blood. I don't know if you watch the show or not, but if you don't you definitely should! It's pretty sexual so I wouldn't advise letting anyone under the age of 16 watch it, and thats pushing it in my eyes (but we all know they're having sex anyway, thank you 16 & pregnant). Right now they are on their 4th season, and it hasn't started getting too great yet. Since it's only the 2nd episode of the season they are still in the process of revealing what everyone has done in the past year, catching everyone up to speed. We're all needing catching up because Sookie (The Main Lady) decided to see what her life would be like in a different land, a fairy land, since she had found out she was part fae. Well she's there for maybe a couple hours before finding out it's not such a great place and escaping with her grandfather (Thats a whole new subject. If anyone wants an explanation of that, comment and I'll explain.) Well she gets back and finds out that the fairyland vs earth has a huge time difference. Even though she had been there for only a few hours, if that, it had been just over a year on earth. Therefore, lots of things had happened and we all needed caught up. We're still catching up in the second episode, until about the very end, (SPOILER ALERT) when a group of witches decided to bring something else back from the dead (they previously brought a parrot back). This is when Eric runs in and says he heard they needed a dead body, and since he's a vampire, he is dead and there for service (when really he just was going to break the coven apart and make sure they never held a meeting again). Suddenly the main witch suddenly brings on a spell. Eric gets terrfied, and unable to move. Then finally he gets a chance to run away, where Sookie ends up driving up to him, asking him what he was doing since he was topless and walking strange. This is where we get a glimpse of what might have happened. Eric looks at Sookie, not knowing who she is, telling her she smells extremely well. 

The episode ends there, leaving us all yelling at the tv for it to continue because we really want to know what happens next since there was basically all catching up until the end, finally some good stuff! Oh well, thats how they keep people watching all season I guess, and the following seasons too. Like I said, if you haven't gotten to watch any True Blood, do it. It's beyond amazing. And, if you're big on sex, then you'll like it too. 

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Italian Connections Restaurant.

So, todays horrible experience? Samuel and I decided to visit Italian Connections, off Taylor Street. It looks quaint online, but it was horrible. Oh, and you have to make a reservation in order to eat there, really? Yes.

Walking in you basically interrupt a couples dinner, because you walk into their eating space. And then, while you stand their awkwardly waiting for a hostess, you finally feel the heat. The complete lack of air conditioning in 94 degree weather. Once you get seated, you get to observe your surroundings, and taste the complimentary bread & garlic butter. I swear there were a million pictures around us. They coated the walls, all the way down to the tops of the tables, which there were only 5 tables in the little room we were in. I'm sure there were more in the other room. As we were looking around, we noticed the obscene amount of Christmas lights all over. Red, green, & white lights. Everywhere. Those were basically the only lights lighting up the room. They needed so much more lighting. It was ridiculous. Also, we dinned with the Virgin Mary. I'm a Catholic, and religious, but that still doesn't mean I'd like to dine in a restaurant with her watching over me eating... 

So, after almost getting up and leaving, we decided to just give it a try, at least once. Hopefully the food would be better than our surroundings and lack of air. The pricing of the food didn't look too bad, especially the appetizer, it was only $5. For Hot Artichoke Dip too. So, we ordered that, expecting to get the normal sized dish. About 10 minutes later, and a basket of bread later, we get this tiny little dish. You know those plates that you put under teacups? Yeah, the bowl was smaller then one of those. Not to mention covered in a crazy amount of olive oil (which is already not my favorite). After trying that, we were completely downing our waters and pop. It was incredibly spicey. We're thinking way too much olive oil and rosemary, amongst other things. After that is finished, we're telling each other that we really hope the main dishes are good, and the salad that comes before hand. 

We get our salad next. Oh and what a salad. It's the same size dish as the appetizer. We didn't get a choice of dressing, it only came with the house dressing, which I couldn't even finish because it left the worst after taste in my mouth. Samuel was starving so he had no problem downing both salads. Along with another full class of lemonade. After the salads finally came our main dishes. Samuel ordered Chicken Parmigiana and I ordered Fettuccine Primavera. His looked pretty good, with one of those small bowls full of pasta with red sauce. No sauce on his breaded lightly cheesed chicken though. And mine... well mine was a complete shock. I was informed that there would be broccoli, asparagus, green and yellow zucchini, onions, tomatoes, green peppers, and mushrooms. And that I could easily pull off whatever I didn't want since they would be sitting on top. Well they were NOT joking about those veggies sitting on top. My plate looked as such: A bed of fettuccine pasta covered in what looked like alfredo, and on top of that in no particular order was 1/3 a green pepper (raw), 1 slice of tomato (raw), 1 slice of onion (raw), 1 big chunk of broccoli (raw) 4 tiny mushrooms (raw), 1 extremely small slice of green & yellow zucchini (raw). Did I mention all the veggies were RAW?!

It took me about 5 minutes to cut up all the veggies before I could even eat a bite. Our waitress finally came over to ask us how it was, and I hadn't even gotten to try mine yet. I had pulled off the mushrooms (normally I wouldn't since it was such a small portion of everything to begin with, but they looked old and gross), and started cutting up the rest of the veggies with a horrible knife when she popped over and asked. She just laughed like it was no big deal and walked away. After I finally got everything chopped up, I asked Samuel how his meal was, and he said it wasn't too bad, but it wasn't very great. (Which gave me real hope for mine.) Oh, keep in mind, I had already been warned that the Alfredo sauce was shit. So, I took a bit, slowly, unwillingly. It was exactly how I had been warned. There was absolutely no flavor to my pasta, other than the raw veggies. I had never ever tasted an Alfredo sauce in my life that contained absolutely no flavor. It was definitely not what I expected after having that horribly spicey appetizer. 

We ate everything since we were completely starving, and didn't want to just get up and go somewhere else. (Which probably would have been a better choice at this point.) So we stayed, waited for the check, which took like 20 minutes to even get. Our waitress really wanted us to have a dessert, but we didn't want to pay a ridiculous amount for like 1/3 scoop of ice cream. Especially when we had ice cream at home, and we don't have to pay to get that out of our freezer. Anywho, we get out check, and pull out our coupon (which is the ONLY reason we even went there). We had a coupon for buy 1 entree, get the second one free. Nice coupon right?! Wrong. The bill before the coupon ended up being 41.06. $2 for drinks (we both had 1) $5 app, $14 Samuel's meal, $15 my meal. Somehow, that equaled 41.06 after tax. So, Samuel gives her his card & the coupon. She comes back, with a charge to his card of $35.66. Which is obviously not taking Samuels meal off the bill. We both look at our waitress like something is very wrong, to which she instantly replies, "Oh, if something looks wrong it's not. Our machines automatically add in the tip for you, so you don't have to leave one." Samuel just says okay, making the waitress leave. I whip out my cell phone and click on my calculator app. We left that horrible waitress, who was always making us wait for bread or something to drink, an $8.60 tip. And there was nothing we could do about it! 

All in all, horrible place to eat, and they pretty much rob you. You pay an expensive amount for a tasteless tiny meal. Not to mention, you don't get to choose how much you tip. No air conditioning, and you feel like your in some strangers home surrounded by pictures of their families, from all the way back to the 1800s. Not only would I not recommend it, I feel like I should call Gordon Ramsey to come fix that place completely and show their chef how to cook with FLAVOR! I'd give this restaurant a rating of 0 stars out of 5. Please, don't go there. Just dine at one of the amazing Casa Restaurants in Fort Wayne. You pay the same amount, get much better service, and get three times as much food. Casa is always a better choice when it comes to Italian food. Either Casa, or Olive Garden. 


Don't burn yourself between your toes. It hurts.

Best idea I've ever had. Ready for this? 

Take one step way to far by a rack straight out of the oven, leaning against some cupboards on the ground. Go ahead, feel it slide in between your second & third toe, instantly blistering it. It's truly an amazing feeling. 


This however did happen to me. I was baking a cake. (Samuel's request.) After it was done, I needed to put my roast in the oven, so I needed to take the top shelf out, or else it wouldn't have fit. I pull it out, without hurting myself one bit. I don't have any available counter space because my kitchen (If you can even call it that.) is basically the size of a normal bathroom. So, I decide to lean it on the ground against one of my cabinets, thinking that it would be the best place for it. The only thing I was worried about it being down there, was in case the dogs accidentally came up to it and burnt themselves. I rationalized that with, "They'll learn their lesson if they do." Well, guess who learned their lesson? And it's not the dogs. 
I go to throw something away, and I take one step too many, letting the side of the rack slide right between my second and third toe. Complete and utter pain. I had never felt anything like that before in my life. Instantly I pull my foot away. I have no idea what to do, so I kind of just stand there for a second, regaining my thought process. It disappears when sudden pain throbs through ones body. I then limp my way to the bathroom, Samuel and Tyler completely oblivious to my condition as they continue their combat game on the Wii. I make it to the bathroom, sit on the toilet and check out my foot. The biggest blisters I've ever seen in my life. I have NO idea what to do, so I just let it go, and go finish putting dinner in the oven to cook. Obviously, I can push pain away, which I had no idea I could do. 
The rest of the evening consisted of horrible pain shooting up my foot from the burn. I eventually put one of Samuels flip flops on, because the carpet was poking it, and that was making it so much worse. My friend Christina who ended up coming over checked it out (medical background) and told me to cut it. I couldn't bare to do that with everyone there, even though I knew it wouldn't hurt, the skin was already dead. I just didn't want the attention. Once Tyler and Christina left, I eventually cut it and got all the sticky nasty liquid out. I couldn't wait for it to heal. 

Well it's day 3 and it's finally getting hard. It is now more sore then ever, and I'm just tired of it hurting. I get shocks of pain if I bend my toes at all, which sucks, because I have realized I tend to bend my toes a lot. So now, I still wait, wait for the pain to be over. And for all of you who have yet to understand how this could happen... I have no freaking idea either. But wasn't it a great idea?! :(

Full Days Activities, followed by raging Autobots and Decepticons.

Well, before I start my rant tonight, I'm going to warn you. SPOILER ALERT. Or really, a possible spoiler alert. 

Tonight started off as an interesting day. Samuel and I took our new roommate Tyler (Also Samuel's best friend) to sign our leasing papers at the new apartment complex we will be living. (Shout out to Woodbridge!) Our current place is a complete dump. Please, do not choose to live at Coliseum Park, unless you like living in a "shit-hole", because believe me, it is one. I have never had so many problems living in an apartment all my life, and my mother runs an apartment complex. None of this would have happened under her watch. Low life people make me sick. It's like, get a freaking clue and do your job. Any who! We took him to our new apartment complex, got that all set up. We'll be going back August 1st to see the exact 2 bedroom 2 bath apartment we will be moving into, and I will be picking out a wall for our free accent color to be painted on. :) 
If you cannot tell I am rather happy about that. The apartment is more then twice the size of the current one Samuel and I are residing in. In other words, we cannot wait to get the hell out of here. 
Another nice plus about the new apartments, they have spectacular swimming pools, and are in the process of revamping their fitness center. Since we have a lock down on our apartment there, we have already received pool keys for this summer, before moving in. I absolutely love that place. (My feelings may change after we move in and we see what they are really like there.) 

After the apartment crap was done, I drove all the way over to my school to hopefully get the new Dean to sign a couple papers allowing myself to take a few online classes. This however was a complete bust. I get all the way there, only for an extremely kind securitas (My ridiculously expensive schools way of security.) lady to let me know that since it's the "holiday" they left at 3pm today. It was 3:15pm. I really wish I would have been previously told the day before when I stopped by. Oh well, looks like I'm making another trip back to the school on Tuesday, which is fine because I really have nothing else to do.

I got back home to two boys (Tyler & Samuel) bringing in a bunch of random groceries to make tacos. We're off hamburger meat here in this place (basically wherever I am) and we're into Turkey Burger Meat, or Turkey Bacon. If you haven't tried it, I highly recommend it. Not only is it completely healthier for you, I honestly think it tastes so much better. Anyway, after dinner was made, we decided to change some plans and go ahead and instead of chancing the drive in with 55% rain tomorrow, we'd go see Transformers tonight. I really enjoyed it, especially Optimus Prime kicking some nice Autobot ass. I should clarify, it was one Autobot that he had to kick ass too, because he was a traitor. If you haven't seen the movie, then go watch it, and you'll completely understand where I am coming from. If you have, then you know what I mean. :) Samuel and Tyler thought it was so-so, but I really enjoyed myself. Maybe because of Shia, but also maybe because I would bang the hell out of Optimus. His voice, even though he is a robot, is beyond orgasmic. I absolutely love it. :) 

And now, it is 1:52am, my right foot is absolutely killing me. I shall explain that whole ordeal in a new posting. Cause thats a whole bunch of ridiculousness on it's on. So tune in next for that subject, if you'd like. Goodnight.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Update Spectacular.

Other then family drama, my life has been pretty crappy recently. 

I started a new job towards the end of May. I was really excited about such job. I was working at my school, and it was a perfect office job. I was getting around with almost everyone I was working with, minus one receptionist. She had her good days, and she definitely had her bad. When I worked at her desk during her lunch breaks, I was warned not to move a single thing, cause she was more then a little OCD. Which, is like myself, so I just did what would make everything peaceful. Luckily I never got bitched at about her desk. Any who, I was sick for a whole week. Extremely stupid stomach bug or something. Throwing up everyday, multiple times a day, followed by diarrhea fits. (No, I was not and I am not pregnant.) That all started Sunday night, ending finally Friday evening. I called in everyday, I only got to talk to my actual boss once however. The other times I would get to the receptionist, and she would tell me that I was getting patched through to my boss, but then she'd hang up, or the phone would "accidentally" cut out. I would return the phone call, and the same thing would happen. Well, I figured I would just explain that to my boss when I was scheduled to come back to work on Tuesday, since I had Mondays off anyway. 
Tuesday rolls around and I walk into the office and my desk has been completely taken over, and replaced with a bunch of other things. I decide to leave my purse and bottle of water up towards the front while I go talk to my boss and formally apologize for being so sick randomly, wishing I wouldn't have been, cause who really wants to be sick? THAT sick nonetheless. Well, as soon as I walk around her cubicle she looks at me with this dumbfounded face. I started off by telling her how sorry I was for being sick, and right before I was about to go into how I tried calling but the receptionist had troubles patching me through to you and hopefully she told you I was still sick, I was cut off. She told me that I had obviously not gotten my letter yet, to which I was extremely confused, cause why would I be getting a letter from them? Well, turned out she had terminated my student help for the summer. They had found a way to do what I was doing without a student helper, and she was not informed from the receptionist that I was still sick. She had assumed I was just missing work to miss work, cause that would so be something I would do. (Stupid bitch.) I just looked at her like WTF? But I didn't say anything except, "Seriously?" To which she just looked at me and didn't answer. So I just shrugged and said "Okay, fine." And since she was looking at me like, "Please leave. You're bothering me." I turned around and decided to walk away. Surprisingly it took a lot of strength to not cry. Thankfully I was just upset enough to get more mad then cry. So I walked over to my old desk and preceded to get all my things out of it. I said goodbye to my friends, and they told me to please come back and visit. So obviously I wasn't leaving on a bad note, but I still felt like it was wrong of them. They could have at least called me the day before to let me know not to come in, waste my gas by driving 15-20 minutes out there. Oh well, now I don't have to worry about it.
Now I can just deal with my school work, and focus on getting into Graduate School. Miami University hopefully! :) 

Something else I've been trying to do is get into online classes. I attend Indiana Tech, and their online classes are so bizarre. They are in "sessions" and they only last a month, which seems rather ridiculous. They don't cost any extra, thank God, cause they are already a ridiculous amount. My school is so expensive, but I really like the small-town feel. So... in order to get into online classes my school has made it a full out challenge. I have to get my classes approved by 4 different people. My advisor (Check.), My dean (Just got a new one, starting tomorrow, I'm hoping she'll be okay with it.), The business office, and The Registrar's office (Where I was working, so they better freaking approve.). Hopefully, that won't take too long. I'll be going over tomorrow sometime to talk to the new Dean so she could possibly approve my 4 online classes. I feel so behind on my classes since I was sick for practically a whole semester, struggling with 4 classes, after I dropped 2. Which obviously killed my GPA. My advisor knows I'm a good student, which is why he signed off on an okay for online classes. My school requires their students to have at least a 3.0 total GPA, and also only take 2 online classes per session. I think thats a little ridiculous, but whatever, it's a private school and they can do whatever they want apparently. (Another thing that should be changed. It shouldn't be THAT hard to get into an online class.) 

But other then all that junk and drama... my life hasn't been too bad. My allergies are holding through this difficult season, which is my WORST. Hopefully these allergy shots eventually take away my allergies all together like they are supposed too! I haven't been on them long, maybe 6-7 months now. But still... thats a long time for having to have a shot, or multiple shots in each arm once a week. 

I'll be trying to update more, especially since I'll be having more time on my hands since I'm not working anymore. Maybe I'll throw in some reviews on movies/tv shows I end up watching. :)