“fuck it” tends to be the last thought running through my mind before making any final decisions
Is that your grandma’s coat?
In The Garden (1885), Pierre-Auguste Renoir / Thrift Shop, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft. Wanz
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My commute to my new job is about a 30 min Bike Ride. Thankfully, most of it seems to be through neighborhoods, going to drive it tomorrow to make sure it’s all relatively safe. Unfortunately, my shift ends at 11 p.m, but, I have flashing lights on my bike and I’m probably going to go buy a reflective vest tomorrow. My to-do list tomorrow is:
Freya discovered how we’ve been keeping trash, so it’s just easier to go get a trash can then deal with her digging stuff out.
Warning posted at movie theatres showing Psycho in 1960.
I wish movies still did this kind of stuff, I think it’d make movies much more fun.
I love watching this arc with military dudes, they enjoy it so much more than anyone else I’ve ever seen.
My roommate and I have had far too much coffee and I think our neighbors hate us
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Anonymous said: I've just started my freshman year as a music major (I didn't listen to the warnings, I KNOW), and my roommates are kind being dicks because they have general ed majors and don't get how strenuous my classes actually are. Plus they're always so fucking loud. Did you have to deal with this shit?
So, I dealt with almost this exact problem my freshman year.
If they’re being too loud and you need to establish quiet hours, talk to your RA. You’re RA is trained to handle this shit for you, especially if you’re the non-confrontational type. If this doesn’t help resolve the issue, then try to see if you can switch rooms, at around this time in the school year kids are starting to get pulled out of school and if you’re RA knows you want to move, they may move you instead of putting someone who was on the waitlist in. Music Majors NEED as much sleep as possible and as much quiet as possible because we deal with so much many of the other times. (Also, they may try to hook you up with other music majors, which may make the situation easier because you all will be too exhausted and strung out to actually even make noise.)
Other than the loudness issue, I say don’t try to prove to any of the non-music majors how difficult your classes are. You know how difficult they are, other music majors know how difficult they are. If the people around you who aren’t in the music program don’t realize how difficult they are, just give them the big old middle finger.
You’re busting your ass off, the last thing you need to do is worry about what they think of you.
Stay strong, and if you need anymore advice in the coming years, feel free to drop me a line. I may act all cold and hate filled, but I was an RA for a few years for a reason, I want to see people succeed in college.
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