I was browsing (at work, of course) today on craigs list, and I found a beautiful post in the “best of.” This guy was looking for a travel partner in Morroco. He said “Meet me in Casablanca,” which I could very easily do. So I emailed him, of course. The post was too old, and… Read More
<edit> Went to dinner last night. It was weird. I don’t know why I’m posting about this. </edit> Anyway. My Peace Corps preperations are well underway. I am now the proud owner of an easily packed non-stick frying pan, a Leatherman (yay!), polo shirts, and other assorted L.L.Bean goodness. There’s so much to do before… Read More In which t experiences a vague discomfort
I’ve moved back in with my parents, which is alternately comforting and depressing. Either way, I’m here until July 5, when staging begins in Philly. Yesterday I hit up the L.L.Bean factory store (read: outlet) for some Peace Corps junx, which wasn’t entirely an exersize in futility, but close. As it turns out, the factory… Read More In which Theresa can’t think of a funny title
Singles look for love at megastores. “A few years ago, when my friend was going through her divorce, I said to her: ‘If you want to meet guys, I don’t recommend a bar. But I do frequent Home Depot,’” Lawrence, N.Y., relationship expert Debbie Mandel said. “And then before you knew it, people would come… Read More Desperate Singles in Aisle 3
I am just too lazy to redesign from scratch. Expect some template tweaks over the next few days. I don’t like the way the links on the left work, nor the way it handles posts with no titles. I’d also like to redo the color scheme, but that’s gonna take some serious study of the… Read More In which t redesigns becomes incredibly lazy
Tina, a sorority sister and all around good-gal is heading out to Fiji on May 31st! She plans on using the aforelinked journal to keep in touch, and will have pictures up at webshots. Indeed. Good luck, girl scout!раскрутка
The sun might not be so bad for you after all. I could have told them that. :-p BRING ON THE SUNSHINE.aracer
I am now the proud owner of a B.A. in Economics from the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences and a B.A. in French from the College of Arts and Humanities. That’s two degrees, in case anyone was wondering. Not a double major. Two degrees. Thousands of dollars and five years later, I’m a damn… Read More In which Theresa graduates.
I am relatively certain that the University of Maryland will be as pleased to see me go as I am pleased to leave. That said, if the fountains are soapy for graduation tomorrow, I have NO IDEA who did it. And I’m absolutely SURE that whomever did it was absolutely 100% sober at the time.… Read More In which t discusses what she didn’t do.
I’ve replied to my invitation. July 5, kids. I can’t wait. Tonight: study break to bbq, get passport photos, white-out mistakes on visa app, FedEx packet, finish paper, study. Thursday: 8am exam, study. Friday: study, 10:30am exam, 1:30pm exam. Happy Hour at the Fe. Saturday: wake up hungover, drive home to meet family for lunch,… Read More On the home strecth.