I think this weekend really just put things into perspective for me. It’s the first time I really realized just how old my grandparents are. It’s a really scary moment when you realize that the people who mean the most to you could die at any moment and leave you forever. It’s freaking scary. To hear my grandpa say things like “I’m not gonna be around for much longer” and “I might not live to see the day…” just really reminded of of the transient nature of everything in this world. I have this sense of anxiety and dread. I’ve been so lucky and blessed so far to have no one close to me leave me yet but I can only stay so lucky for so long. I’m so scared. I guess that’s me being selfish and naive. I’ve come to realize how impermanent, unpredictable, and just how out of my control everything is. I need Jesus.
would you have sex before marriage?
How did you get into barnard?
honestly I don’t know how I got into college. best advice, be “well rounded,” get over 2100 and over on SATs just to be safe, and have at least a 96 GPA. I meant it’s already been over 2 years since I applied, things may have changed…
A bunch of gifs of the youtuber Jennifer Im. Mostly high quality, mixed sizes. I apologize in advance for any repeats. None of these gifs belong to me! And you shouldn’t have to worry about ugly gray boxes if you copy and paste gifs into your replies.
And I mean that title with the utmost of respect.
I’ve been a denizen of this fair[ly crappy] city my entire life, in one way or another. I spent some time in LA during college, but don’t worry, I got over it. The one thing, though, that I’ve consistently heard from around the US is that New York is a rude city.
This is, I feel, based on a fundamental misunderstanding of what this place is.