For the record, my sleep schedule is COMPLETELY screwed up. I've probably mentioned this in a couple of posts prior to this one, but the magnitude of my effed up sleep schedule ceases to astound me. For example, one night I will be awake until about 4 a.m., then I will sleep until about 1 p.m. in the afternoon. The next night, however, I'll be asleep at one and awake at 6:30 a.m. How does that work?! I am not understanding my body's strange sleep cycle.
On another note, though, I am quite happy with myself. My friendships are good, everything for college is taken care of, and my relationship with my family is tighter than ever. Are you waiting for the other shoe to drop? Join the club. I personally, being one of those people who has all the worst things happen to them, never fully enjoy when life is going down a road I actually paved myself. That's never a good thing, in my experience, because it means that God is setting me up for an earthquake-sized road block. The last time it was going this good was right before my stepdad became unemployed and I had to struggle through senior year of high school trying to get extra shifts at work and figure out how to pay for everything (because everyone knows that is the singular most expensive time of your life at that point, at least, until your wedding).
Needless to say, I don't just "let the good times roll". Letting the good times roll usually means being blindsided by something so catastrophic it causes emotional damage. However, in light of my new attitude and attempt at maturity, I will........(groans).......look on the bright side. I will stay positive. This upcoming second year of college looks to be a good one, a chance for me to boost my GPA for med school, get involved in more activities on campus, and earn even more experience on my own. So no one is allowed to die or go through any core-shaking problems, you hear me?! Haha.
On a brighter note, I saw the last bit of the movie The A-Team and all of the Twilight Saga: Eclipse last night. It was darn good. The A-Team, I mean. I had my doubts, but it was good. And Eclipse was pretty spot-on, save for them rushing through the film a bit. But none of the Twilight movies will be perfect, so it doesn't matter. Oh, and I saw the trailer for Deathly Hallows and squealed like a little fan girl. I am SUCH a sci-fi geek. Since movies are so darn expensive, though, the next couple I will be seeing this year ONLY include The Last Airbender and Deathly Hallows. Everything else can wait. I'm a broke college student, shoot.
Random Thought of the Day
Will going to the movies ever become obsolete? Or will it become like the library, and be there just to give you free access to things that you don't want to buy?
Things that make you go hmmmmmmmmm.......................