The Other Side of Fear

The Other Side of Fear

Show of hands how many of you are scared of thrill rides or your bucket list is lacking the conventional skydiving or bungee-jumping check box. For those of you who answered in the affirmative, any particular reason for that? Are you considering all the things that could go wrong, or are you scared of the activities themselves?

It was my 21st birthday and my mother got my close friend and my day passes to an all-inclusive hotel. I don’t go on outings and excursions frequently, especially resorts and so on so I was pretty excited about it. We made our way to the location and realized how much of a treat we were in for.

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Career Objectives

Career Objectives

Hey loves…

So…yes, I know it’s been way too long and I have no idea how to justify my absence! But, I’m sorta-ish back…or at least for now! I wont make any promises because *inserts clever adjectival/metaphorical clause which will liken school unto a ravaged hungry monster who can never be satisfied* is out to get me…

 

But speaking of school, here’s an essay that I handed in to my lecturer! The requirement: Career Objectives; one page could have sufficed! The catch: this b!tch has been on my case all semester, because I’ve been “delinquent”! Oh please! At one point, she insisted “come and talk to me so I can know what’s going on with you”, but then when I go to her to see if she really meant it she responds with “Oh, I can’t help you! I don’t have the time for that!”. So with this assignment to hand in, and some choice words to say to this lady, I decided to give her something to think about. It’s by no means a wonderful essay or anything like that, but I said what I thought I needed to and I’m quite fine with collecting my F, if that’s the consequence! Pretty sure this essay has made its way around the staff room, but oh well! Continue reading “Career Objectives”