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What the Fuck? I Have Time to Blog!!

I tell you what… Summer semester has kept me busy as hell!! Thus the lull since my last blog post.  I apologize for that.  I’ve finished up two of my classes this week though basically.  Just have a couple more assignments and a final exam to take then I’ve got an online class until the 29th so my schedule will be opening up a bit.  Looking forward to being officially on break!!  Am still looking forward to Fall classes though.  Signed up for those today.  But I hope my break feels like it lasts looooong time.

So pretty much all I’ve been doing since my last post is… going to school (and working on the interwebs of course).  I did go to a Primus show early in June and that was a lot of fun.  Summer concerts have picked up!  Speaking of which, I’m planning to go to a music festival either late August or early September (trying to decide between two festivals) and am trying to raise money for the trip.  I’ve also got some camping gear on my wishlist if you’d like to surprise me with a gift.  It would mean a lot!  If you’d like to donate money to the cause you can contribute on MyGirlFund or contact me to find out the many other avenues you could take to donate.

I’m still enjoying the new house very, very much.  So glad I made this move.  There were many huge changes that came along with it and it was a tough decision to make, I don’t regret it one bit.  Looking forward to getting the rest of the little things done like hanging up the rest of my stuff over break.  After the damn landlord powerwashes shit and cleans out my gutters then i’ll REALLY be happy.

I HAD SEX THE OTHER NIGHT!! Yes, yes.  It’s a big deal.  I’m proud of myself.

I CUT MY HAIR!!!  It’s still relatively long, but it’s pretty short compared to how long I had it!!  The girl doing my hair was new to me and cut off way more than I wanted.  But hey, it looks good and the shit’s gonna grow back anyway right?

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I’ll be switching up my schedule a bit until Fall classes start.  Once I figure that out I’ll make a post.  Hopefully I’ll be blogging more often in the mean time! Hope everyone’s having a badass summer!!

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