I do engineer-y stuff at an engineer-y school. I quite like it, but I miss the creativity and inspiration that comes with subjects other than math and science.
So there's that.
Oh cool you can make shitty gifs now.
One final stands between me and a diploma.
And then I can have batteries of medical tests done yey.
I wish I could define it for you.
That feeling that comes when the antidepressants seem like they are working the way they should and you feel the way you did before you felt crazy. Before, when things got shitty and you just understood that sometimes things were just shitty. Before you started having unrealistic expectations of people. Before you argued back. Before you fought for something…that maybe you didn’t even have. And before you lost the people that meant something to you.
I wish I could quantify the complete bullshit of it all in numbers and scatter plots. Because as good as it feels to feel the way you did before?
Honestly it feels equally shitty that you can’t repair what you ruined. You just have to find an after.
I guess that is the definition of bittersweet.
— The rhyme is a rule of thumb for weather forecasting, dating back over 2,000 years, based on the reddish glow of the morning or evening sky, caused by haze or clouds related to storms in the region. Due to the rotation of the Earth, storm systems travel from west to east in the mid-latitudes. A reddish sunrise, caused by particles suspended in the air, often foreshadows an approaching storm, which will be arriving from the West, within the day. Conversely, a reddish sunset often indicates that a storm system is on the west side (same side as the sunset), travelling away from the viewer. A similar movement is noted all around the world, in both the northern and southern hemisphere. (via rowchygogo)
I’m really scared that I’m not going to be able to find a job I actually want after graduation and I worry about it all the time. Boooo…
I’m really scared. Period.
— Mo Willems (via aurelle)
— Amy Poehler (via swedesinstockholm)