College Life: A Little Party Never Killed Nobody

Despite completing nearly one-and-a-half semesters of college, I didn’t attend my first college party until very recently.  Wow.

I knew the basics of what to expect; handsy guys, wobbly girls, an inescapable warmth of body heat, a beer-soaked dance floor.  Yep, that all happened. I can’t believe I actually went. I can’t believe I actually liked it.

Dancing was great. This was a blacklight party so my seven or so girlfriends and I made sure we wore white and neon colors to “glow” on the dance floor. I wore a lacey white tank top, leggings, combats, and a neon printed headwrap (which glowed amazingly!) I didn’t mind dancing with randoms, sporting glow-in-the-dark body markers, and stealing a few kisses.

In all honesty, I don’t know why I was so hesitant to go out in the first place. I love dancing. Dancing on stage, in a club, with a guy, with my mom, I do it all and love it every single time.  This time was no exception.  Although I didn’t have much to drink, I had a fabulous time laughing while watching my friends make out with random guys while I continued to dance to the music.  And the people who were attending the party were actually really kind and considerate (there were a few exceptions, one guy who lives in my dorm wildly waved his beer around, and it spilled all over my leggings).  

I can’t wait to attend more parties with my friends. I can now call myself an official college girl.

All I can say is, party on, friends!


Question Time!!

Cute Questions, send me a number
1:What do you like to wear to bed? a tshirt and sweatpants or pajama pants
2:What’s your favorite Disney movie? Tangled!
3:3 random facts about yourself 1) It would take a lot to get me to buy a shirt priced over $12. 2) Dance is my everything 3) I’m obsessed with baby names
4:Your go-to outfit? My cream-colored sweater, leggings, combat boots
5:List 5 things you like about yourself, you studly wonderful person you. 1) I’m passionate 2) I respect others 3) I love-yet-hate the spotlight 4)I’ll never “grow up” 5) I’m true to who I am
6:What’s your favorite thing to have another person do to you? Ie scratch your back, play with your hair  Cuddle me 
7:What shoes do you usually wear? Oxfords, Sperrys, Keds, or combat boots
8:If you could change anything about your appearance would you? And what? No more pimples!
9:What is something you find really cute on a potential romantic/sexual partner? If both genders, say one for each or something that applies to both.  I like a goofy, quirky personality.  Someone who is exactly who they appear to be.  Or someone who appears one way but is actually another.
10:If you could spend an hour with your favorite celebrity, who would you choose and what would you spend the time doing? Julie Andrews.  We’d relive her Sound of Music Days
11:If you could have any color/cut of hair and price/damage to your hair/others opinions weren’t an obstacle, would you change anything? What would you have? I think i’d just want longer hair, maybe a little thinner and a tad curlier
12:You won 1 million in the lottery! What are you gonna do?  Pay for my sister’s college, reimburse my parents for my dance expenses, and buy a house somewhere.
13:What’s something you want in your life?  Consistency
14:What is an opinion more than one person has had about you that was incorrect? That I’m a prude, or that I’m really shy
15:Name a celebrity who you often wish you looked like. Mila Kunis!!
16:What is the best compliment someone can give you/your favorite compliment to receive? I’m a good dancer, I have an attractive personality.
17:Favorite type of weather? fall – warm in daytime, chilly at night
18:Favorite book? Catcher in the Rye and The Spectacular Now

16 Things We Forget To Thank Our Moms For

Thought Catalog

1. All the times she had to double as best friend/counselor/therapist/costume designer/hair stylist/coach/all-around-solver-of-every-problem-ever. I remain unconvinced that moms aren’t actually superheroes in disguise.

2. Forgiving us when we forget to call.

3. Listening to all our pointless dramas when we do remember.

4. Being the kind of person that we actually do want to become — because as we all know, it’s inevitable.

5. Having the incredible prowess only a mother whose babes have been scorned could — mama bear protects her cubs, sometimes excessively, but we love it, let’s be honest.

6. All those times we yelled “MOOOOMMM!!” through the house to find out where our white shirt was or what time so-and-so was getting home and all the other questions we just couldn’t go to Dad for.

7. All the things she reluctantly bought us at the cash register of any given store, all the clothes and things…

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Horrible Day

Expected 4-6 inches of snow. Hardly any snow, just pouring rain.

My umbrella broke at 7:30 this morning.

Ballet class was excruciatingly long and dreadful and hard and repetitive.

Can’t go home during Easter weekend because I have to help move props for a dance show the Saturday before.

Can’t tell if I want to be an RA or not. Can’t tell if it’s just to save my family money or because I actually want to take that responsibility.

Best friend got asked out on a date. I’m napping in my room avoiding everyone.

iPhone deleted all of its contacts.


I’m done and I am off to bed.