March in Conclusion

Wow – it’s almost April.

That’s kinda crazy. Where has the year gone? I complain about the drag of school, but I only have two months left. After that is summer.Β Summer.Β That lovely season that I love to dream of! I feel like we’re all growing up a bit too quickly.

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Tell a Story Tag + Packing

Happy Tuesday! Another week has rolled around, and life is moving at the pace of an alarmingly quick slow snail. That made no sense – let me explain: in the day to day drag of life (including classes, practicing, and OH HEAVENS ALGEBRA HOMEWORK), everything feels slower than molasses going uphill in January. Tour is in less than a week, but I feel as if it can’t come fast enough. However slow life feels, I keep on finding myself a week later, and I’m scared that I’ll blink and I’ll be back home again. Story over.

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a Flute, a Dog, the Moon, and Two Eggs

Hey guys! Happy Thursday. I know it’s a bit late, but I couldn’t let myself slack and post off schedule, so here I am! Unfortunately, I’ve been in a blogging rut lately, scraping together bits of posts halfway through my posting days, so I hope that you will be patient as I pick up my puzzle pieces and get back in the game πŸ˜€

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{Guess What? SNOW!} + Other Things

Hello guys!

It may come as no surprise to many of you that today rolled around and I still had no post ideas. How typical, you may be thinking. Trust me, I’m thinking the same thing.

All I could think of were random snippets of life right now that were nice but not long enough to make into a full post, so I thought I’d jam them all together and hope for the best.

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Current Playlist

Hey guys! Welcome back πŸ˜€ Today I’m going to admit that I had no idea what to post, and this idea came out of Pinterest scrolling (mostly Sherlock Tumblr). No, the Pinterest scrolling had nothing to do with the content of this post, but I always have a lot of random thoughts while I plumb the depths of that lovely time-waster and this was one of them.

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