Disney does Emerson, I see.
Dean of students just sent out this email filled with tips on how to avoid gastrointestinal illness.
Most of the email is legitimately helpful, but then there are tips like this:
Yes, I’ll remember to thoroughly steam my oysters before consumption, as this is a problem that plagues many a college student daily.
Just got back from the screening of The Robots of Death, a classic Fourth Doctor serial, in Cambridge…and I wore my Tom Baker scarf, of course.
I get compliments on the scarf often from people on campus, from two very distinct kinds of people:
The first kind are fellow Doctor Who fans, naturally…
…and the second kind are the hipsters who make up the majority of my school. They squint through their black over-sized frames, wrap their enormous sweaters around their thin shoulders, and say “Cool scarf, man,” while thinking that unnecessarily long striped scarves are the most ironic fashion to hit the scene yet.
Emerson College motto.
Also, I’m standing in line at the school cafe and the girl next to me has a phone with the Kim Possible Kimmunicator sound as her text tone.
What a day brightener!
But, but, but I’d have to leave my building and walk down the real street with real people and my room is cozy and the internet is fun. :(
Fire alarm at 3:30 in the morning? Fire alarm at 3:30 in the morning.
LB Livin’, baby.
5th fire drill of the year.
LB Livin’, baby.
I just feel happy again.
Not that I wasn’t happy before, it’s more like…a new surge of happiness just pulsed its way through, probably because my room is spotless again and that always makes me feel great to begin with.
Also, I had some amazing dreams last night, the kind that you can feel happening and remember, which is always The Best.
I also finished a really dorky GIF project that I’m proud of that you can check out at my other blog over here, once I post it in a few moments.
So…yeah! All around happiness and good feelings. Re-ordered my social life for the last time before school starts, and I couldn’t possibly feel better about that than I already do. The only thing that’s sad is that I’ve got to wait a little more than a month before I get back to the greatest place on earth, with the greatest people.