Fall in love

What’s not to love about fall? One of my favorite parts about living in Southern California is the time of year when white girls sip delicately on their pumpkin spice lattes despite the fact that the weather hasn’t been below 80 in 6 months. I have to give California credit. Despite the fact that fall here just looks like a browner summer people refuse to accept that this season doesn’t exist. Trader Joe’s has already changed everything in their store to be pumpkin flavored and Target has changed over their entire clothing section to be anamorphic sweaters. It’s fall, dammit, and here are the things I’m doing to celebrate.

1. Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Seed Brittle


Holy crap. I’ve eaten two boxes of this in the past week. It tastes nothing like pumpkin but it had the word pumpkin on it, and the basic white girl in me needed to buy it. Along with this, I also bought Trader Joe’s Pumpkin scones, pumpkin spiced chai, pumpkin cookies, and pumpkin butter. There is pumpkin on my pumpkin. Someone tell me to stop, please. This is what happens when I’m trusted to be an adult and shop for myself.

2. Wild Ones

ok, this one has nothing to do with Fall, but this is a band that I seriously love. I heard this song while doing a puzzle whilst drunk at a friends house, and in that moment I just new these guys had something cool going on. Their whole album, Keep It Safe, is killer.

3. Birkenstocks


Deemed “Trendy Lesbian shoes” by my mother, these shoes are incredible. i bought a pair for like $50 off from a sketchy Scandinavian site, not entirely sure if I was going to actually get them, but alas one Tuesday they showed up and changed my life. If you live in a normal climate where fall is real, don’t wear these now. Wait like 9 months.

4. Gone Girl


Stop what you’re doing and read this book. Don’t see the movie until you’ve read the book, though. The book offers a unique perspective that I think was glossed over a little bit in the movie. And don’t go see the movie on a first date, which is what I did. This has at least fourth date kind of graphic material….



This is the most important thing to ever happen

After coming home from yet another party where I feel like the oldest one in the room by about 5 years, I find myself watching this video AGAIN. Just press play and let the outside noise fade out into a distant symphony of nihilism.

I’m drunk, I don’t know what I’m saying. Enjoy.

Elliott Rodger: The Wrong Conversation

With the recent shooting that happened at USCB this past week, many people are outraged and are offering their own opinions as to the cause of the violence. Elliott Rodger was only 22 when he decided to take the lives of 6 innocent victims as well as his own. If things had gone as he had originally planned, an entire sorority house full of women would have been killed, as well as as whoever else passed by at the time of the shooting. So why would someone so young do something so horrible? This is the question that we are often left with these days. With 72 school shootings occurring since Sandy Hook alone (Dec. 14th 2012), we are often left helpless in the aftermath, wondering what could have been done to prevent such heinous crimes, only to remain stagnant as we await the next massacre. I’ve read a lot about Elliott Rodger and the shooting in my own attempt to figure out where we’re going wrong. I’ve read why we need to talk about Elliott, why we don’t need to talk about him. How he was a manifestation of women-hatred, and why his autism is no reason to kill. These articles fail to realize that Elliott is not alone in his decision to turn the gun to others before himself. We’ve been viewing Elliott Rodger as an isolated event, as if with each shooting specific things could have been done to stop each one. We live in a society where in the past 24 years there have been 387 school shootings. If the people causing these crimes had instead contracted MERS, we would have called it an epidemic.

Elliott Rodger was a lonely guy, a 22-year-old virgin who had never even kissed a girl. After years of rejection he took it upon himself to ‘slaughter’ all of the girls that had chosen men over himself. Elliott had been a member of online hate group, PUAhate.com (the site is no longer around), where men could join chat rooms and fester in their shared hatred of women. So is this the reason he chose to kill? Twitter exploded the next day with tweets about how any girl could have prevented this by just giving the guy a chance, which prompted the #yesallwomen response where women shared their stories of sexual assault and fear of violence. As a college-age woman I can totally agree with those that say we live under the constant threat of male violence. Just last month in a town not very far from my hometown in Connecticut, a young boy stabbed and killed a girl who rejected his prom invitation. I believe that it’s easy to look at these events and believe that the cause of these crimes is a culture that teaches men that women are supposed to be submissive and that somehow, you deserve their love and affection. However, I really think the problem runs deeper than that.

I came across an article written by blogger James Michael Sama titled, “Why we need to talk about Elliott Rodger“. In it, he explains that we need to talk about the shooter because we need to stop the people that sympathize with him. He lists a few tweets that suggest it was the women who rejected him’s fault that he committed such a heinous crime. While I believe that victim blaming is even more heinous than the crime actually committed, one statement that struck me as odd was,

“This discussion needs to be had because no sympathy for a boy like this should be given. An American boy from a wealthy family going to an expensive school, driving a BMW, is still not entitled to any woman. We have all been rejected. We have all had feelings for someone who didn’t have them for us in return – yet we do not develop an irrevocable violent hatred towards others simply because they are not attracted to us.”


This is where our problem lies. This is where the conversation goes wrong. As if his wealth added to his sense of entitlement with women. We’re blaming the wrong things. We blame the victims, we blame the parents, we blame society and culture and autism and depression and the NRA, yet all of these things are done in hindsight. Elliott Rodger posted a video the same day as the shooting. His mother saw the video and went out with her husband to find him when they heard of the shooting. Were there really no signs before this? In his 140 page manifesto, Rodger catalogs his entire life, including the years of depression that lead up to this event. Why is no one seeing the signs before the events occur.

So what do we do? Fuck if I know. I am in no way qualified to make a substantial analysis of this event and come up with some sort of solution, but I do believe the conversation needs to be changed. We need to change the way we view mental illness. People that are depressed or have psychosis aren’t monsters, events lead them to become monsters. We need to change the way men view women and the way women view themselves. We need to change the way sexual assault is handled on college campuses. We need to keep guns away from people that won’t use them responsibly. We need to look upon our fellow humans with empathy and understand when they need help, not mock them for it. We need to stop victim blaming.

So just watch the way you speak. Think of who you’re blaming for the situations and if they are really at fault. Because maybe it was that a crazy person that snapped, or maybe it was our countries terrible way of treating mental illness. 

So I hung out with some Witches…


Image(here’s me dressed as a witch a year ago. I should have seen this coming.)

I don’t know exactly how the idea formulated. Part of me thinks it was a long time coming, after having all of those profound spiritual conversations with my roommates. Maybe I just wanted to find some spirituality that was more my style. Maybe I was just feeling Witchcraft one day.
“I’m so embarassed.” Ryley shyley giggled after her professor handed her a book titled “The Spiral Dance” at a faculty dinner.
“We’ve been reading a lot of feminist literature in my independent study, and one of the authors we’ve been studying is Wiccan.”
Ryley didn’t know that the week before I had dedicated an even more embarassing amount of time I should have been doing homework or catching up on Sherlock to googling how the heck to find a Wicca church in Orange County. These things are harder to find than the holy grail. I searched online for hours until I could find one that didn’t require an application or looked like a place animal sacrifices were socially acceptable.
We decided that we were going to meet up on Sunday and attend service at Temple Goddess. Because YOLO. Unless you’re a witch. How many lives do they live? I had actually done zero research on the topic, and that became incredibly apparent that Sunday morning as we were getting ready.
“What are you wearing?” My friend Hannah frantically texted me.
The website said, ‘Wear casual clothes to honor yourself.’ Honor yourself. How do you ‘honor’ yourself with clothes? I pulled a bra out of my dirty laundry pile and realized I was out of my element.
My shoes were filled with sand and my dress was wrinkly, but it was the best I could do after neglecting laundry for about two weeks. Hannah jumped in the car in leggings and a nice white shirt. We had both decided to throw on denim jackets. It adds a level of causalness that says you don’t take things to seriously but also implys you might be a witch.
When we picked up Ryley, she was dressed in all black.
“I thought I’d go for the literal Witch approach.” Probably the worst thing you could do going into a situation youre not familiar with is to try and imitated the stereotype society has laid out for them. We had never been to a place like this before and we didn’t know what they were capeable of. What if they casted spells on us?! What if they harvested our organs for power?! That’s why I chose the “Church as if it were casual friday” look. Because that’s not a thing, anywhere.
We arrived for 11am services to a room filled with women ranging from ‘sunday service’ to ‘Pagan Voodoo queen’. The spectrum was incredible. Some women looked like they were going to go pick up their kids from a soccer game right after this, and others wore long kimonos with bright floral patterns. The three of us waited in the lobby and nibbled on refreshments while a few of the women entered the main temple through a curtained door and started singing a song that went something like, “My body is the living temple of love, my body is the body of a goddess.” I could definitely vibe with that. I’m all about body image and self empowerment. My fears of forced organ donation slowly melted into excitement for some feminine empowerment. Everyone in the lobby lined up single file from oldest to youngest (Men in the back, awesome), and entered one by one into the room of loud chanting. I was last, and pretty afraid. What was behind that curtain? I pictured a dark room with a cauldron in the middle and a bunch of grey haired women throwing parts of animals into it. The altar would just be a giant spray painted mural of satan and at some point we would all have to burn pentacosts into our skin. Then I realized I was probably being racist and the woman in charge of ushering the women in opened the curtain and urged me forward.
As the curtain opened around me I saw that the room was actually set up like a church would be. There were chairs in a circle and at one end there was a gian altar with no satan, but instead a giant cat looking thing surrounded by candles. In each corner there were smaller altars, each decorated with a different element. Upon entering I had my hands washed by a woman in a giant purple tunic, and then I had to reach in and grab a percussive instrument from a basket. My inner high school percussionist beckoned me to take a tambourine.
A drum circle ensued for about a minute and then crescendoed into everyone beating their drums faster and faster until we exploded in a giant ‘thank you’ to mother earth. Then we all went around the circle and introduced ourselves according to who our mothers were. We all had to take a moment and say thank you to the mother that bore us, no matter our relationship to her, which I really appreciated. When it came to the woman next to me, she didn’t say anything. Instead, the woman leading the ceremony, Ava, introduced her as ‘Ravenseye’. I turned around to watch this woman maybe say something but my anticipation was just met with an icy glance. She was definitely a witch. The way she looked at me I imagined sucked out part of my soul and replaced it with that ghost from Paranormal Activity. I quickly turned my head back to the main altar and for a second considered saying a Christian prayer. As if that would help me. I could practically feel Jesus building me my own section of hell just for being in this place.
There was a small table in the middle of the circle, and next we were allowed to then place an item on that table to ‘charge’. What that means, I’ll never know, but I placed my mother’s mother’s ring on the table for the rest of the ceremony.
The first woman to walk up to the microphone was the leader of todays Ceremony, Ava, and she was a total fireball. She cracked jokes nearly the whole time, and whenever she agreed with something, she would snap and cheer.
Then there was the candle lighting ceremony. One by one, the priestess Amina picked up a colored candle and asked someone to talk about what the candle represented in their life. One woman spoke about boyfriend troubles, another about focusing inward instead of outward. These were normal women with normal problems. Amina held up a pink candle. The compassion candle. She asked if anyone had a story to share about compassion for themselves or others. No one stood up. Classic Witches, not having any compassion for anyone. I stifened a giggle as I heard rustling from next to me and proceeded to watch Raveneye walk up to the microphone and hold the candle in her very tiny hands.
“As I walked in today someone told me I’m not the smiling type. I nearly cried because I already know that…”
Well, I suck. Not only was this woman probably not a bloodthirsty witch, but she probably wasn’t a bad person either. She went on to describe a biker club she visited that had only one female dancer.
“I just feel so much compassion for this woman. She’s so brave to stand up there in front of a room of big, scary biker guys. I just hope that more dancers are hired to keep her company and help her feel more comfortable.”
She lit the candle and sat back down. The other women shook their instruments and some even howled. This was a room of women that were genuinely interested in the well being of other women, no matter what circumstance they’re in, and I really was beginning to respect that. The ceremony began with a chant honoring your body, and since then everything we had discussed was about respecting yourself and your ‘inner goddess’.
My moment of reverence only lasted a few moments, because just then a mousy woman in a leopard print jacket went up to the mic. She introduced herself as Dr. Miluna, an ‘intuitive’ physician. Miluna went on to tell a story about how this past week she went to her regular OBGYN visit and refused to take all of the tests her doctor had recommended. Instead, she had wished the Doctor had asked her about her intuition and explained that if you ever have a negative feeling or negative energy, just look up to the sky and say ‘lift me up Goddess’.
Now, I’m not a trained medical physician, but I would like to take this time to say I don’t really think reciting any phrase is a good substitute for a mamogram unless that phrase is ‘yes I’d like a mamogram’. I checked out Miluna’s website after the service and discovered that she had a brain tumor that she claims was cured with her intuition and extensive surgery. For only $200, you will get a half an hour session where Dr. Miluna will explain to you the source of your malady, tell you to refuse any necessary testing, and then probably recommend very extreme medical care.
The next woman to go up and speak was an animal communicator by the name of Suzan. Suzan was probably about 60 years old and had dried out, bleached long blonde hair. She wore a robe of all different bright colors, and when she wasn’t up speaking she had the luxury of sitting on the temple throne. Her speech began with a story about a ferral cat by the name of ‘Big Head’ that she helped rescue. Big Head had been kidnapped by a neighbor and slashed with a razor blade. He was frightened by humans, but a woman in the neighborhood desperately wanted to capture him and get him medical attention so she called upon Suzan for guidane. Apparently, Suzan arrived and asked Big Head what happened and let him know she was going to help him get medical attention. Big Head had a few questions. How would the go to the vet? Was the vet nice? What was the vet going to do? She explained to Big Head the nature of the visit and Big Head agreed to go.
During her story, I just had to look over at Hannah and Ryley and gauge their reactions. They both had very inquisitive looks on but all of the women around were completely captivated. This woman couldn’t possibly be serious. I tried to picture in my head Suzane silently staring at a giant ferral cat, and the cat just being like ‘fuck this’ and running away because it’s a cat and has no thoughts. But Suzan stood by her story and shared that her gift has helped countless people reconnect with their bad animals. I bet she also charged a heinous amount of money.
We had to cut the rest of the ceremony short because it was the fourth Sunday of the month which meant it was the spirit faire. We all exited the room oldest to youngest just as we had been invited in, and were ushered into the lobby where we could sign up for a reading. I put my name down for Tarot cards with Amina at 2, and was immediately washed over with fear. What if she was going to tell me I would die the next day? Or go to prison??? I couldn’t live with that kind of knowledge. Hannah and Ryley also signed up for Tarot cards and Oracle Tatoos, and then we walked outside to watch the live demonstrations. About 10 different ‘gifted’ people from all over the country were waiting outside to tell us about all of the spirit demons that were going to posses our bodies that evening. Or at least I thought. What actually happened was you could ask any one of them a question about your life, and they would channel spirits or angels to help answer your questions. On a serious note, I think every single one of them read Cosmo’s horoscopes that morning and twisted them around to sound less abhorrently sexist. Each answer to every question was unsurprisingly vague and could be molded to match any situation in ones life. “You need to exhibit patience with your sister.” Um, THANKS MOM. It’s not like every single sibling has been told that every day about their sibling.
The bell ringer came out notifying me that it was time to go in and discover my fate. Again, I walked into the room passed the curtain, but now the lights were almost off and instead of chairs set in a circle, there were 10 different tables set up with the readers behind them.
I walked over to Amina and sat down. She could tell how afraid I was. “Relax child, and cut the cards as you wish.” Geez, no pressure. Just cut the cards as you see fit, but don’t do it wrong because then you’ll find out your going to die of feline AIDS.
After I cut and shuffled, Amina layed out the cards.
“Oh my” she whispered in some sort of demonic bewilderment.
Fuck, this is it, I thought to myself. Just lay it on me. Tell me about the man that’s going to break into my house and murder me. I asked for this.
“Your compassion for animals shows you have a great potential to be a Animal Communicator. Have you ever tried to speak to animals?”
If I ever write a memior, there would have to be a chapter in it titled “Kaelyn does not give a shit about animals.” I’ve tried really hard to care about animals, and I think I do to an extent, atleast enough to not have people worry I’m a serial killer. But to answer your question miss, no I have never fucking tried to speak to animals.
I tried to politely explain to her how wrong she was, but she swore she had never seen anything like this. Somehow, I was born with an innate ability to look frogs in the eye and understand the way they think. As if animals speak in english! I pictured myself speaking to my cat.
“Why are you such a bad cat, cat?” (my cat doesn’t have a name. Probably a testament to my families concern for animals.)
I left the table with a list of recommended readings, and $20 less.
Am I glad I went to a Wiccan church? Aboslutely. I have an open mind and I genuinely want a glimpse into how people other than me think. Do I want my $20 back? Definitely. Don’t look at cards that CLEARLY HAVE PICTURES OF HUMANS ON THEM and tell me I can now understand squirrels. I’m now reading Starhawks “The Spiral Dance” to gain better knowledge about this taboo religion. For what it’s worth, I think it definitely has a lot of good messages for women, young girls in particular. I’ll never judge anything that encourages women to achieve their full potential and love themselves unconditionally. I would just encourage them to do so in a way that leaves time for yearly mammograms.

End of an Era

I never did wrap up my posts about Spain. The more involved I became wit the culture the less I wrote, which looking back was probably not the best idea. As I adjust back to my life here in Orange County, I find myself more and more nostalgic for my life in Madrid. I miss the people, the nightlife, the adventures, the independence, the sense that my life was unpredictable, and mostly the UN. Chapman is amazing and I jumped back into the swing of things very quickly, but the sense of adventure just isn’t there anymore and it’s something I’m striving to gain back. That’s why I’m going to try my best to revamp this blog. It’s no longer just about my time in Spain. My need and desire to write shouldn’t end when my trip ends because I should always be doing things worthy of a story. So far, this semester has actually been pretty incredible and I’d love to share my experiences here. The adventure didn’t end as I boarded the flight back to America, it just began again! Life’s the adventure.

Roman Holiday

“Why hasn’t Kaelyn written a blog post in almost a month? Is she alive?” You anxiously ask yourself as you check my blog, yet again, searching for signs that I didn’t run away to be a gypsy like I told everyone I would. Well, internet stranger, to put it bluntly, it’s because I kind of suck.

I swear it’s not because the only thing I’ve been doing is sitting in my pajamas watching neflix and just don’t have anything to write about; I’ve been doing a lot. But my teachers decided to pump up the jamz with homework recently and when I’m not reading propaganda on why America sucks or writing a paper on drug cartels I’m either out or eating, neither of which I can blog during.


Wednesday night a group of 8 of us left for Rome. I don’t know if you’ve ever traveled with a group of 8, but it’s….a lot of people. That’s why almost immediately Thursday morning we all split up. Two of us went off to quickly tour the inside of the Colosseum, while the other 6 of us went on the journey of our lives. You think I’m kidding, but what started out as a guided tour of the Colosseum turned into a Davinci Code chase around the city of Rome, exploring catacombs and putting our tongues on very, very valuable pieces of artwork. It all began with Alex, our tour guide. We got paired with this beautiful, beautiful man who happened to be the smartest person alive. He lead us through the ruins and told us stories of the ancient Romans and more about their daily life than I thought was possible to know. Alex also happened to be the best story teller of all time, so when he said that he was leading a secretive Michelangelo tour that night, we signed up on the spot.


Look at how freaking absorbed I am in everything he’s saying. 

Anyways, that night he lead us through back alley churches and catacombs containing two of Jesus’s apostles, as well as showed us where the inquisition and Galileo’s discoveries took place. We even saw an original Michelangelo sculpture that’s just hanging out in a church no one knows about.



Bonnie and I just had to lick it.

The tour concluded on the steps of the building where Caesar died. The building is no longer there but the original marble steps Caesar walked up to his death remain and are now the steps of a discount bike repair shop. That’s history right there.

Afterwards Alex lead us to this restaurant simply called ‘Grandma’s’. Upon our arrival a small old woman came out and told us in Italian that now, ‘you are home, Grandma’s going to cook for you’. There wasn’t a menu, she just brought out for you what she wanted to cook which happened to be lentils, different kinds of meats, pastas, and apple cake. We were so stuffed and the waiter kept coming over to us saying that we had ‘very small stomachs’. It really is an Italian thing to guilt people into eating more…. 

The next day we toured the Vatican, home to the Catholic overlord, as I explained to my roommates. Our tour ended up being like 3 hours long, and our tour guide really didn’t speak English well so I did not learn anything about the place. I honestly can’t even tell you what building the Pope lives in. We were really discouraged after the tour because the tours the day before were the greatest thing ever, and then St. Peter’s Basilica was closed. The main attraction wasn’t going to open for another 3 hours, so we left and had lunch and came back only to find that tourists weren’t allowed in. WORD TO THE WISE: When someone asks you if you’re a tourist, or if your actually there for the event, always act like you’re supposed to be there. They asked if we were there for mass. HELL YEA WERE HERE FOR MASS, DUH THATS WHY WE BROUGHT THESE CAMERAS AND ARENT DRESSED APPROPRIATELY. They let us in without any questions. 

We found seats in the pews and waited for it to begin. As a Catholic, I was just excited to be at Mass in the Vatican. Like how many Catholics can say they’ve done that? And Catholicism is very competitive so I knew just by being there I was automatically getting a better seat in heaven than everyone else…. But that’s when it happened. The music got really loud and everyone stood up and turned around, cameras in hand. And then, just like that, Pope Francis walked through the doors and down the isle. Everyone fell silent and the only sound that could be heard were the shutters on everyones cameras. Francis wasn’t fazed by anything. His gaze was forward on the alter, and he was reciting something to himself.


This is really the only good picture I got of him. The second he walked by I kinda froze and couldn’t believe it was him. Total fan girl move.

The rest of the trip was incredible and the food was AMAZING. I’m definitely going back at some point to do a tour of the whole country. We wanted to go to Pompeii but there just wasn’t enough time. So, until next time, Rome.



That’s spanish for embarrassed.

This weekend was….interesting. It involved lots of roommate bonding, just a little internal bleeding, possibly being poisoned, 2 stomach bugs, one garbage pale full of shattered glass, and a LOT of juice.

I’ll begin with friday afternoon. I was lying in my apartment debating whether or not I wanted to go to Retiro and rollerblade with some kids from school. On one hand I was so tired and had reading to do, on the other I needed to get out of the apartment. I had one of those “you’ll never live a fulfilling life if you just stay in your apartment!” moments and forced myself off my couch.

My rollerblading experience consists of 2 birthday parties I went to that were hosted at the local Ron-A-Roll, both of which happened before I was 9. Rollerblading is like riding a bike, though. They both have wheels and both can lead to very serious injuries.

It was such a beautiful fall day. The leaves were fiery orange and gold and it was chilly enough for a sweater but not a coat. Right when I arrived I was glad I decided to go. Our professor lead us to a track that we skated around for a while, but then she disappeared off in another direction. One of the girls and I decided to venture off and see where she had gone, but the path we were on started to slowly slope. I was picking up a lot of speed and remembered that I didn’t know how to stop. The girl in front of me zoomed off down the hill, but I tried to slow down by doing that weird zig zag pattern they teach you to do the first time you go skiing. Same concept right? Except when you’re skiing and you fall you land on snow and I just landed on the concrete.

I decided the only place on my body I could land and not cause serious bleeding was my back. Right before I was about to hit the curb I rolled backwards and landed flat on my back. I think it must have sounded like I was laughing, but I was just making noise after the impact to make sure I didn’t knock the wind out of me. The people walking past must have thought I was completely fine because not one person stopped to see if I was ok. THANKS SPANIARDS! I think one guy even took out his iphone. I’m sure if you google, “dumb american girl falls at retiro” it’s a youtube clip of me.

The next day was the color run. If you’ve ever done a color run then you know the absolute MAGIC that is Holi. This picture describes it best.


It was just a giant fiesta of loud music and colored powder. My scalp is still green. And I definitely should have gone to the doctors instead because my back was killing me, but I’m glad I didn’t.

That night I was lying in bed when all of a sudden I heard the loudest shattering noise I’ve ever heard. I woke up thinking it came from the kitchen. Initial response, “omg omg omg there’s a burglar in our apartment and they were stealing all of our plates!!” But then I checked the time and it was 7am. I’m pretty sure not a lot of plate robberies occur that early in the morning. I checked out the bathroom with my roommate and there was glass EVERYWHERE. The mirror had fallen clear off of the wall and there were pieces of half-inch thick glass scattered out into the hallway. We cleaned up what we could but we had to close the bathroom/ glass dungeon for the rest of the weekend until someone that knew what they were doing could clean it.

The rest of that day was lazy. None of us were feeling well so we just hung around and talked. I think the majority of us are going through one form of culture shock or another and it’s nice to have someone to talk to about it. It’s not the whole, “I’m too depressed to eat.” feeling like Chapman made it sound like, it’s more of like a cloud that just kind of hangs over you sometimes. Sometimes it’s more present than others and sometimes it’s not there at all. There’s just something so isolating about being on a train and not being able to understand what anyones saying. Or not being able to answer strangers on the street when they ask you something. I can see how this would be liberating for some, but I basically thrive off of human connection, so it’s a little jarring.

On a happier note, later that day my roommate Tamara found an old picture of me dressed as Miley Cyrus when I was 16 and shared it to all of my roommates so everyone in my school could see it!!! I retaliated with this:


That’s her face on Miley’s head. Word to the wise, don’t mess with the girl with Photoshop.

Oh, and a juice place opened by my apartment!! I’ve been 7 times in the past two weeks and that’s not a lie.

K I need to actually study now.

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