as college decisions for the early round roll in i want people to know that a rejection isn’t the end of the world and college admissions are arbitrary to the point that they approach randomness, but also that an acceptance doesn’t mean you are better than everyone else
i continue to remind myself of this
Anonymous asked: 5 of your favorite people?
in no particular order: seanie kelsie jess dug & alecks
Best counselor ever. Easily one of my favorite adults on this planet, and I only see her every month or so. She’s so down-to-earth and funny and I just know that in college I want to have a ton of friends like her cuz that would just be a good time. During our interview it felt like we were girlfriends. This is probably one of the only favorable things that’s ever happened to me for having a later last name
But yeah she says getting two B’s is fine (top college was a long shot anyway) but getting 3 or 4 will make getting into my target schools even hard. So I’m working hard.
PHYSICS TEST WAS SOOO EASYYYYY i can say with confidence that I got an A and this is coming from someone who struggled to get B’s on all the other exams
actually it was only easy because it was thermo and there is a whole unit of that on chemistry
so basically the only test I did well on in physics is actually chemistry. I still suck balls at physics
mochis are just dense marshmallows