Monday, September 13, 2010

In an effort of procrastination

It is only the third week of school, and already I'm putting off my work.

Not really. Maybe kind of. But there are some really important things in life that must be done. Like watching my beloved Ravens on MNF with my best friend/roommate. As well as persuading her to create a blog. Because that is what the world truly needs, another blog, especially one from my best friend who is quite honestly one of the funniest people I've ever met, and I'm not just saying that because I'm biased. We have this plan to party with Chelsea Handler; I'm not quite sure what that has to do with best friend being funny, but its a solid plan.

So world, I'm sorry to report that life has been fairly boring. Just school, being an undercover sorority ninja, and the new boy. The end.

Luckily, only 11 very short days until I can publicly be friends with my sisterssss!!!!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010


L'Shana Tova!!!!

Happy Jewish New Year to all of you out there! As you all should know by now, I'm well on my way to becoming Jewish, and today marks the new year, the year in which I'm determined to make my official conversion. And since its a new year, I'm going to do what you're supposed to do, make resolutions. So here we go:

  • Love myself everyday
  • Be the best daughter/sister/friend I can be
  • Go to the gym more
  • Make Dean's List
  • Stop biting my nails
  • Do everything 110%

And obviously the most important thing to do this year, become a real Jew.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Oh the be young and in like..

I feel like I'm always apologizing for never writing, but once again I must say I'm sorry. I really thought once I was back at school I would be able to write all the time, and I would have things to write about too. And this assumption was very true with the latter, but I have not had the time to even stop and breathe, let alone blog.

As this is the beginning of yet another school year I find myself meeting all kinds of new people. Specifically, lovely young men. More specifically, one particular lovely young man. I won't go into detail because you never want to jinx things, but this has been one fabulous week, and I'm so excited.

But in other news, there are now only 19 days until I can publicly acknowledge and be a part of my sorority again. And I'm seriously counting down the minutes until then. Just to let you all know, I'm participating in sorority recruitment not as a member of my organization but as a Rho Gamma, which means I assist the potential new members go through recruitment and make the decision that is best for them. And a major part of that is the the potential new members cannot know what organization the Rho Gammas are in until they accept their bids. SOOO if any girl is out there thinking about going out for sorority recruitment I would say absolutely try it, it is the experience of a lifetime, and even if you find out its not for you, you can at least say you tried, and that is what's important!