oops seems I had to many windows open and pick the wrong one to type Bdays are great, headaches are not...hope you'll feel better soon
Hey...how are you???
Happy Hallowe'en, Emo.
Happy Friday and weekend, Emo. I hope you have a good Independence Day weekend.
had a lot goin on lately - sorry for the late reply - howve u been?
Nice a new laptop! my Christmas was pretty quiet, a lot of my family was away, My brother is on a working holiday in Whistler Canada and my sister is on her first mission to the middle east with the Navy.
We got a new pet, her name is Keeta, she a Siberian Husky, I set up an album with a few pics. She a beautiful dog but very mischievous and naughty, so she keeps us on our toes.
catch you around
Everything is great lately! Hope everythings good for you too!
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Otherwise, I'd have been too shy to just randomly make friends, I think. But you spend 3 - 4 months with these people, so you do get to know them. And LOL, it's not exactly a teacher's pet. It's just knowing your teacher. Though, I have to tell ya, that for the most part, you don't hear people in college talk about "teacher's pets." But I can tell you they were there!! I saw plenty of them. I just mean get to know them a little bit.
Awww. That's the way it should be!!!!! It's great you have a boyfriend who will stand by you through not just the good times, but the tougher times, too. I'm very sure that's a comfort. My boyfriend is the same way. Unfortunately he lives out of state, but he's always there for me through all that I have had to endure: both good and bad. I do wish he lived closer. I see him so rarely because of our work schedules and the fact that the drive to see eachother is between 5 and 7 hours (depending on traffic). Sounds like you get to see your bf a lot!! And it's good that he's also your best friend. Friendship is, in my humble opinion, the best foundation to a relationship. Steve and I have that, too. Plus we've known eachother since high school - 17 years!! LOL Yeah, I'm old.
Well, whatever he's planning, I'm sure you'll have a great time! And there's nothing wrong with knowing the days. It's cute.
Exactly! 2010 was a year? Really. And here I thought it was a week.
I can be super shy, too. And you know, when I came to college, I moved away from home, away from all my friends, away from my boyfriend, and just started knowing no one and being really scared. It's totally normally to be scared and nervous. (I cried the first night at my new apartment. I was soooooooo scared - so many changes!) But you start to get into the groove of things and get comfortable with how it all works. And many teachers have you do group projects and "get to know you" exercises in class so that you'll get to know the people around you and can make friends and study groups. So that's really good.
I can imagine you do. I'm so happy you're still together and so happy and in love. That's such a great feeling, huh? It's the best. And I can't even believe it's almost a year! (I have to giggle a bit that you know it's exactly 46 days until then. ) Do you guys have plans for your one year anniversary? Yeah, I was in college forever - graduated in 2009, though. Can't even believe it's already been that long since I graduated. Where does time go?
You'll be okay in college, I'm sure. It will probably be a pretty big transition, but I think you'll do great. You seem like a pretty social person and those skills will come in handy. And you know, I dunno what community college you'll be going to, but the one I went to had about 15 - 20 students per class, so you can still get to know your professor and ask for help when needed, etc. Most professors learn your name and get to know if you are proactive. And that's good for later should you need letters of recommendation for jobs, grad school, or whatever. You'll do great after the transition period.
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