I'm Abby. |
I'm a nursing major college kid, who wants to go to med school but I want to start my life before I'm 30.
I don't really expect to live past 40.
I play WOW, jog, write, nap, and wake board in my free time.
I want to live in Colorado when I get older.
I like Fossil, Patagonia, Free People and Urban Outfitters.
My only complaint about being in college is that I don't have time to read. And my coffee addiction has only gotten worse.
I wish the soundtrack of my life were a loop of Beatles songs with symphonic interludes.
I'm in love with Drake.He could be part of the soundtrack too.
I'm insulted by people who make ignorant comments; our minds our capable of too big of things to be making brash, incompetent statements.
The most epigamic thing about a person might be their ease in any situation. It's so attractive whenever a guy can hold his own in a crowd he doesn't know or in tense instances.
I love my God. His pure and perfect will for my life is one that I've yet to discover. I hope to find it soon.
The idea began to get a hold of me and it wouldn't let go. A calling welled up within me, a direction, something I could give myself to.-Rob Bell
A beautiful quote that has layers of meaning in it.
From Jeanette Winterson, Written on the Body
So avoid using the word ‘very’ because it’s lazy. A man is not very tired, he is exhausted. Don’t use very sad, use morose. Language was invented for one reason, boys - to woo women - and, in that endeavor, laziness will not do. —Dead Poets Society
Gucci Spring/Summer 2013 Ad Campaigns featuring Anja Rubik, Karmen Pedaru and Clement Chabernaud
Excited for navy this spring.
Done with my first day. Feeling like a nap is in the works.
The rain killed my sock bun yesterday.
I start nursing school tomorrow.
I’ll be in a cult of 35 girls until I die (graduate).
If I go mad, remember me as the girl who loved hummus and Sufjan Stevens.
(1) Fear God; (2) Substitute one’s will to the will of God; (3) Be obedient to one’s superior; (4) Be patient amid hardships; (5) Confess one’s sins; (6) Accept oneself as a “worthless workman”; (7) Consider oneself “inferior to all”; (8) Follow examples set by superiors; (9) Do not speak until spoken to; (10) Do not laugh; (11) Speak simply and modestly; and (12) Be humble in bodily posture.