PLEA! If you come across my diary entry concerning The Apprentice and sexism, please immediately send me a link. IMMEDIATELY!
Here's something I wrote for English last year for your enjoyment:
Goldstein's essay "Quick Fix Society" made me ponder all the things I enjoy in life, and, concordantly, a list of things I'd much rather be doing right now. Here it is, in full:
1. Watching a movie. I've been dying to see that new Kaufman screenplay.
2. Sleeping. Goes without saying.
3. Acting. My first love. My only love. My lack of a life.
4. Painting. Because I like to feel artistic.
5. Writing. Wait... aren't I? ... never mind.
6. Sleeping. Goes without sayiong.
7. Blogging. Three times a week of my deepest, most inner secrets that I'd never divulge-- all for the world to see!
8. Partaking of coffee. I'm really, really sleepy all of a sudden. *yawn*
9. Sleeping. Goes without saying.
10. Smelling the roses, running through fields of barley. I'll forget the sun in his jealous skies, among the fields of gold. Because I see skies of blue and clouds of white, the bright blessed day, and the dark sacred night... and I think to myself O! what a beautiful morning! O! what a beautiful day! I've got a beautiful feeling...
That I'm stuck here writing college essays for the rest of the day. Oh, and #11 is hugging a tree. Because odd numbers are the best to end on, and trees are cuddly things.
Thanks, Goldstein, for opening my eyes.
Back to Columbia applications! I'd appreciate your help! (Last minute, I know.)