Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Tuesdays Are Awesome

Tuesdays are the days I delete all the random files on my computer, the days I browse the internet and read all of my favorite websites, and think about life.


  • Being a college professor would be great. I talked to my don about this, and basically I would graduate from SLC and then go to Grad School at Mill's College and then teach psychology or educational theory (if such a thing exists). I also considered being a high school teacher, which would be equally awesome, but I don't know how I'd deal with obstinate teenagers. This would take additional training and work (extensive reading of "The Art of War") but if I could handle high school, I'd totally do it, because there is something crazy and gritty about public high schools that I would love to be a part of. 
  • Homes can be messy. While browsing "interior design" on Tumblr, I became frustrated when I realized that every single home pictured on the site was SPOTLESS. Empty floors, white walls, too clean. Last week I visited a friend's dorm room in Dudley Lawrence and it was by far one of the best furnished rooms I have ever seen. And what I liked MOST was that it had a "lived in" feel. It was homey without being messy-gross. It was charming and comfortable and classy. I considered redecorating my own room, but a) my money is for food only and b) my room is a temporary living space. By the time I move in, it will be time to move out. Luckily, I don't spend a lot of time in my room anyway, but it's probably because it's empty, poorly furnished, and littered with empty cardboard boxes. 
  • The Pub is my second home. Since my room is a pretty depressing place to spend my time, I've been spending most of my time in The Pub (a dining option on campus [it isn't really a pub, its kind of like Subway. Kind of.]). I order a sandwich and do homework and often end up inventing dance moves with Lil Snuggz of Cleveland. 
  • I have a lot of lines to memorize. I am in a play called "Vilna's Got A Golem". It's kind of like "Inglorious Basterds" meets "The Three Strooges". And my sister will be visiting SLC when it goes up.  So I must know all of my lines, or else she will make fun of me and tell Mom and Dad that Connor truly is "First Born, Second Best." 
Yup. True life. 

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