So I figured it was time for a bullet journal update. I’ve mentioned it a couple of times before in other posts, but I wanted to do a post about my bullet journal and my experience with it.
I have a bird brain now. No, I’m not stupid or shallow now. What I mean is that I’m really getting into bird watching right now. Part of it is because I just finished a lab in my biology course that involves watching the birds at the feeder for certain interactions. My group decided to watch the interactions between the Brown Headed Nuthatch and two woodpecker species, the Downy and the Red-Bellied. It was interesting to watch the species interact, but it was also interesting to watch the other birds that I wasn’t studying interact. These are just a few observations I noted.
I love pens. I love how there are different inks and different designs and the regional differences of pen design. Pens are just really interesting to look at and think about. I know it sounds slightly nuts and probably a bit boring, but I’m serious. I love going to the office supply store and looking at all the different pens and if there is anything new (there usually isn’t, things get added and such about twice a year). This past year, I have gradually fed my pen addiction. These are my current favorite pens.
Hey Y’all, it’s me. I know I haven’t posted anything in a couple of weeks, but I’m focusing on school work and making sure I don’t get behind. I did manage to get left behind a little bit last week, but like any decent jumper (think horseback riding and getting left behind over a jump, not fun) I recovered decently to at least get through the week.
Music is amazing. It can be anything and everything, and it can be nothing. Music can be used to convey a message, or even a feeling. Some music describes something, like an image. But the effect that music has on the listener is so interesting.
It’s been a while since I’ve talked about my ADD and how I deal with it. I recently have made some major changes in my life and this semester is many things for me. This week has been both good and trying.
So it has been a stressful week back at school. I hate “welcome to class” week, you know that week where you get the syllabus and your teacher/professor is just going over the syllabus or giving that basic information that is helpful, but feels like nothing. I just went through that week and felt many things. I felt like I was still chomping at the bit to get going, but I also felt like I was being thrown into the deep end and just barely treading water, more on that and why is for a different post. But I found myself getting tenser and tenser as the week went on, so I had to de-stress myself to get back to where I wanted to be mentally. I hope this post helps you, my dear reader, to remember to breath and unwind.
Animals are amazing, especially those that live in the city. If you think about it, humans are an invasive species. We kill off animals and devastate natural habitats to fit our needs. Much like kudzu, the plant that ate the south, we take over when we move in. But what happens to those animals that have no choice, but to live among us. I’m not taking about our cats and dogs. I’m talking about what we consider vermin.
I admit, my dad and I don’t always agree (understatement of the century), so sometimes it takes a while for me to get off my box of tricks and peek into his box of tricks. This is one of those things that are in his box and I have finally put into mine; the MOOC.
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Sooo! New Year is over. Christmas has been over. So what’s next? That awkward week following the New Year’s Day where we all have to adjust to saying, “It’s 2018.” That week where if you don’t start it right, you think you’ve ruined your whole year. That week of wondering, what will make THIS year different? I’ll tell you what makes 2018 different. Nothing and yet, everything.