I was trying to cut my poster and I ended up cutting my thumb and this is what happened. Wouldn’t stop gushing… And I have an interview/portfolio review at 9:30 am. And that poster was the best project I had from last semester. And it was my 3rd attempt trying to cut it. I guess they’re just gonna have to see it at my behance website. I hope I can get the internship. Prayers needed (and for my thumb to heal). If not hopefully there will be other opportunities for me out there.

I was trying to cut my poster and I ended up cutting my thumb and this is what happened. Wouldn’t stop gushing… And I have an interview/portfolio review at 9:30 am. And that poster was the best project I had from last semester. And it was my 3rd attempt trying to cut it. I guess they’re just gonna have to see it at my behance website. I hope I can get the internship. Prayers needed (and for my thumb to heal). If not hopefully there will be other opportunities for me out there.

http://godinthebrokenness.tumblr.com/post/83589182596/locusimperium-snortinginspirit

locusimperium:

snortinginspirit:

locusimperium:

My preaching professor also still thinks I’m Episcopalian and makes eye contact with me whenever he mentions TEC. But he is so good, he is so good.

comeee to the side of light

It’s not happening.

  • I’m just not WASPy enough….

My boyfriend and I have slight interest in TEC. I guess I can kinda sense it being known as predominantly white, but there is some diversity (or at least I think so because I live in Sacramento). My problem is more that its mostly older people who attend it. I would love to see more people in their 20s/30s in it that we could relate to.

I also agree about disapproval from family. At least my family. My 2 uncles are Missionary Alliance pastors and I attend an Assemblies of God church. And my mom said some comments when I went to that Episcopal church once or twice. She considers the AoG church our home now, and I can see why, the people there are very nice and warm and friendly.

Oh and aren’t Episcopalians known for social justice and caring for the poor, despite their wealth?

Also, I read the Catholics for Dummies book at the campus bookstore out of boredom and curiosity today.

My magazine spreads were mounted and due in class on Monday. But now I’m cutting and mounting another set because I have an interview/portfolio review tomorrow at a local awesome design studio. I hope I can get the internship. Idk, I kinda have bad craft (wonky edges) on my paper. It would be really cool to get it because its a paid internship and I’d love to have the experience. I also want to intern for Sac Fashion Week whenever that opportunity arises. I gotta be careful though because senior year is going to be chaotic and I won’t have time for anything. Actually I’m pretty lazy this semester because we only have 2 classes in the 2nd semester of the program. I gotta wake up! I guess I’m just getting really antsy because there’s just 4 weeks left…

Aww I miss this game!!!

Aww I miss this game!!!

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" Sometimes our biggest life goals can seem overwhelming and we don’t see them as a series of small, achievable tasks. The reality is that breaking down a large goal into smaller tasks – and accomplishing them one at a time – is exactly how any big goal gets achieved. "

- Jack Canfield (via motiveweight)

donkos:

reading a foreign language: yeah
writing in a foreign language: ok
listening to a foreign language: wait
speaking in a foreign language: fuck

My struggles in Spanish class.

Can I say a shout out to my MCM (or more like MC everyday) my love Cecilio of 5 years and 2 months…I hope and pray for many more years or decades. I love you so much baby. We’ve gone through so much together and there’s no one else I would rather spend that time with.

I’ve been going through old pictures or looking at old people from high school (including old crushes and exes) and I’m thinking man, things didn’t work out the way they did but I’m thankful because I’m just the luckiest woman in the world. There’s no one else I would rather laugh or cry with, spend moments by Ocean Beach in SF (and when we leave we prefer to pass the Golden Gate Bridge instead of the Bay Bridge to spend more time together, plus it’s more romantic). I love when you make fun of other people’s last names (inside jokes).

Like you said in the 5 year anniversary card, I can’t wait till the day I wake up next to you either. I seriously think about it all the time. But we both ought to relax and enjoy the present together, especially as I’m about to graduate college next year. And I will use that as my motivation to do well (I’ve been slacking but no more!) as well as so I can get the career of my dreams since you have yours and we will always support each other in our endeavors. Love you always 😘❤