Saturday, April 18, 2009

Very Superstitious



No lie, I'm a little upset that this is that last outfit picture I'll ever take in front of that beloved brick wall. First year University is officially done, and I'm tucked back safely in my native abode out in the sticks. But before I could leave, a lot of celebrating had to be done. Thursday night involved chilling at the pub with everyone, and Friday night was coffee dates and dancing to funk music with my closest few friends. All in all, I had the most amazing time getting to know everyone and I cannot wait to return in September. I LOVE THESE PEOPLE.

But the country weather is beautiful and I have a couple of free weeks before I start my summer job. Let's see where this takes me.

12 comments:

Cassiopeia said...

:-D lucky thing... i still have months to go! (well, a little less than two lol.)

great knit there btw. what are you doing for your summer job?

xxxc

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Alice X said...

oo what's your summer job? i love that its warm enough for bare legs;)

alicexinwonderland.blogspot.com

Nicole said...

good luck on your summer job!

Amelia said...

Congrats on finishing your first year! I love that black knit thing (dress? top?).

ohphilippa said...

congratulations. i am chomping at the bit for my first year of uni to end. i guess it makes a difference if you live on campus and have made friends, both of which i fail

WendyB said...

What?! No more wall? But I feel like we were just getting close, me and the wall. A beautiful friendship, nipped in the bud.

Lara Natascha said...

wow i love it! great blog...
love your blog <3

exchange links?

<3

louise or valentine said...

congrats on the end of your first year!
also, great outfit.

Eyeliah @ stylesymmetry.com said...

oh, I will miss that wall too.

olga d said...

well i'm glad to see that college furniture is equally awkward and uncomfortable everywhere. yay for co-ed parties! god i'm old.

Malthusite said...

Yeah, I wish I was done. Unfortunately I don't get to relocate when I'm in school. In effect, I'm always in 'the sticks'. Ohio sucks.

Anonymous said...

ahhh is that julia lawler.. i know her! i did a play with her in highschool.