dress & purse: vintage, boots: dsw, sunglasses: h&m
College remains a thing where a lot of productive things occur that aren't exactly related to school work. I can't tell you how many late night dance parties Kristie (my roommate) and I have had in the past week, or all the crazy obnoxious games we've made up that I don't even understand. Mostly I just can't believe how ridiculous and fun this all is. I've been here for eleven days and I'm already in love with these three girls on my floor and I just can't get enough of them. They live down the hall (or in Kristie's case, a yard away from me) and I miss them if I don't see them for a while. It's so silly but I love it. :)
As for studying and my classes, I think the difficult part is trying to find an efficient way of studying and getting things solidly lodged in my brain. College differs from highschool in that it isn't all laid out for you - you have to work your own method to get stuff done. Hopefully this week (week two) will make me feel a little bit more comfortable in a studying routine. And in the meantime, I'll probably be messing around till all hours on photobooth with Kristie and not reading psychology.
These photos are from earlier today when I went to church with some others from SPU and then went to this Italian festival where we ate pasta and a pastry called "elephant ears" and enjoyed some delightful Seattle weather. The rainy season hasn't started yet, though I've heard October is the month to be wary of! I'm excited though. I absolutely cannot wait for the colors of autumn to begin over here in the PNW! xoxo
currently listening to // Tallest Man On Earth - Tangle in This Trampled Wheat