DC, life

“You have a tendency to have bad things happen to you.”

The above was said by my coworker and roommate, Rachael. And she’s exactly right: My life consists of several moments where bad things happen. Lucky for me and those involved, most of the time, the “bad” things are usually just frustrating and usually pretty funny afterward.

Today, ladies and gents, I have two examples of those bad moments that make my life fairly entertaining.

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DC, life

Right place, right time.

Things always work out in my life. It’s usually nothing like the way I imagined it, but it still works out.

One good example: If you had asked me four years ago if I thought that going to the University of Nevada was good for me and my journalistic aspirations, I would have laughed and been like, “Dude, are you kidding?” (though I’m not sure if that “dude” would have been a part of the sentence, because I think that speech habit was picked up during college).

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DC

Random thoughts.

– I am seriously contemplating the usefulness of an iPad right now. After using Katie’s yesterday, I realized how much smaller and lighter an iPad would be than my laptop…and if you get one, then you have to sign up for a contract with AT&T, so you will have Internet wherever the network is. Granted, I can’t afford one…but it’s still a thought for the future.
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DC, moving

The beginning: a recap.

When my feet hurt like hell, it usually means it was a good day.

Examples:
– Ballroom dance practice
– Graduation day (my beautiful shoes just weren’t broken in enough)
– Wandering around and whining in New York because I had blisters from wandering around DC the night before

So why do my feet hurt like hell today?

Because today was the first day of the rest of my life.

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