Tuna 💙 🐠🐟🐬🐳🐋🐚🐙🐢 (at Adventure Aquarium)
Saturday, what happened Saturday? .... AKA last night →
Today, we sat and read our earlier blog posts and realized how great this idea actually is because we already forget half the things we’ve done.
You’d think after syllabus week life slows down, work gets a little harder, and the amount of drinking decreases a little bit. If you do in fact think…
A Series of Unfortunate Events →
Coming to you this Sunday morning while Julia is currently bitching about a picture I posted of Christine, Michelle, and I. She’s telling us she hates it and it’s mean that the caption is the best of friends. A little bitter, am I right or am I right?
Christine is currently on the couch with…
The week of syllabi or syllabuses if you're Jimmy Moran →
Update: one week down and all four 502 residents are still alive
Thursday Christine and Julia kicked off the semester taking pictures next to Connor Brogan’s Scranton butt tattoo, followed by a wild Friday night where Christine fell asleep sitting up. Meesh and I joined the fun on Saturday.
Prepare Accordingly →
Let me begin this by saying I am the farthest thing from an eloquent writer, but I find this blog to be extremely necessary. I feel like every year my friends and I sit around and try to piece together the year that passes us by so quickly. Truth of the matter is we can’t. We…
First day of school. Every day of school. 🙅
"There will be a few times in your life when all your instincts will tell you to do something, something that defies logic, upsets your plans, and may seem crazy to others. When that happens, you do it. Listen to your instincts and ignore everything else. Ignore logic, ignore the odds, ignore the complications, and just go for it."
HAPPY 21st to one of my best friends in the universe!!!!! I sincerely hope you “can’t see” right now but also that you live to see another day so that we can continue our shenanigans through the hills of Scranton forever. Love ya lady!!! (at God’s Pocket)
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Sweepy pup (at Mary Pat’s Bed and Breakfast)