Sunday, December 13, 2009

Banter Friend

From our first conversation on the phone, I have one friend with whom talking resembles an episode of Gilmore Girls.  This is great since it's one of our favorite shows for both of us.  Apparently, it's a bit fast for most people to keep up with.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Guitar Hero or Studying?

About a year ago I started working for Outward Bound.  One of the best things is getting mail while you are on course.  It reminds you that, yes, you do have a life beyond this craziness.  This comic was sent to me during a course last fall.  One of my friends was getting ready to graduate, and as you can see not really concerned about it.

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Pigs Flying

It's moments like these when you find out how your friends really view your study/work habits.  Of course, you're just as excited as they are to find out you actually can complete tasks ahead of schedule.

Writing a Paper

This is a very funny, and true moment.

If you haven't read it yet, here are the steps to writing a college paper in 36 easy steps. :)

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

More Adventures with Caffeine Girl

Here are a few episodes from my Caffeine Girl collection.  Enjoy!

The Adventures of Caffeine Girl

Caffeine Girl has probably been around for quite some time.  She was revealed to a bunch of friends during a trip to California.  It's amazing what an extra large Kona coffee can do to the usual steady energy of an introvert.  She was later found skipping down the sidewalk and acting suspiciously like an extrovert.  


There are typically a lot of places to get tattoos in my town.  This theory apparently fails at 11pm on a Sunday.  A friend came to visit and one of the activities on the itinerary was going to get tattoos.  This was my first tattoo, so I was already a bit nervous.  We waited for about an hour for our turn.  As we left we both commented on how they didn't make us sign any liability paperwork.  It was henceforth known as the shady tattoo parlor.

For some strange reason I went back to this same place for my second tattoo over a year later.  One of the friends I went with refused to touch anything in the place.  We waited for about five minutes and no one even came to the front to see what we needed.  This was taken as a sign to not get our tattoos at this place.  Turned out to be a good decision, because I ended up going to a really good tattoo artist about two months later and I'm really happy with his work.