Post-sunset wine and cheese sesh with him yesterday made me realize how much of a dorky, cutesy, and loving couple we actually are.
Thanks, Jason :)
Seawall fun with that amazing boy.
I can finally check off tandem biking from my bucket list!
Realized we never have slow danced together: he puts on some slow jams so we can finally have one (even though it was in his kitchen).
I’m a dysfunctional human being/ girlfriend, but he knows what to do to keep me sane. Love him.
You know you’re getting old when it’s not even 9pm and all you can think about is cuddling in your cozy bed.. alone.
T- 15 hours until the summer!
Dealing with funks and family stuff isn’t the most fun during exams and end of term deadlines. In need of some time outside away from the typical world I’ve been surrounded by the past couple weeks.
All I want in life right now is for this take home final (a 3 page self reflection.. that requires references) to write itself.. and alllllllllll the Stuffed Crazy bread from Little Caesars.
Thoughts of not working this summer due to the “inconvenience” travelling for over a month has for summer employment are now reversed. Landing a TA job for a month, and an LFS Call Campaign job for April/May, calling newly admitted LFS students = extremely lucky. SUPER happy I can make some money on the side this summer, since I won’t be able to work full time like I typically do.
I need to learn how to network outside the UBC community so I can be given random side jobs. I don’t really know how I did it during my university career, but I sure need to learn how I did it during internship/ post undergrad..
Officially logging off my LFS|US President’s e-mail right now. Just a few more transitioning out pieces, and I’m finally done with my phase of university life with undergraduate societies. Where has time gone..
I find it weird how many people are suddenly getting engaged.. and so I would resort to looking at rings instead of studying. Those bad boys are quite the investment..
The differences in the stage of life I’m at compared to those my age getting engaged/ married are so different.. it’s interesting how people of the same age can differ so much. The thought of getting engaged seems so far in the distance right now.. I have yet to understand myself fully, be at a stable place when it comes to a career/ haven’t finished school, and need to be at a good place in life before I reached that step with my partner (who luckily is feeling the same way as I do right now about life!). If I don’t feel like an adult, still live with my parents, and have a crap ton of student loans, I can’t expect to settle down with someone..
Ugh, becoming an adult blows/ is way more complicated than I thought it would be.
Transitioning out. Finally logging out of my LFS|US President e-mail account. Wrapping up final to-do’s. This is all so surreal.
Sleep »»»»» spending 2 hours reading/ editing a group paper.
The one thing I’m finding tough about Easter this year: not getting the morning phone call and Easter cards from my Nani (grandma). I think the next year will be the toughest for my mum because my Nani won’t be sharing those big holidays with us, there won’t be the early morning phone calls — it’ll just feel like there’s something “missing.” I felt that the most during Eid this past year after my grandpa passed away in August and he wasn’t around for the festivities and celebrations, being the first person who visits us on Eid. I guess realizing today that both aren’t around anymore to share those events with hit me more than it has the past month/ 7 months.
Changes. Time to adapt to them.
Rethinking people in my life. And their influence (or lack of one) on me. I need to start prioritizing my time based on who is willing to do the same, and stop dwelling and being saddened by the fact friendships have changed. Be thankful for those who are here, and remember the fond memories of those who have distanced away.