sea of tooth
Wisdom tooth is hurting + ultra-bad period cramps during finals week—this combo is quite shitty, but hey, think in this way: It is merely toothache and period cramps. Stop self-pitying and harden up! I should get up early and run tomorrow morning and do some good long stretching. One more week then I am done with this lovely spring semester…and my first year at Berkeley.
I always get a little bit sad whenever a semester ends- I guess that’s typical me being uselessly sentimental. I will miss most faces even though I do not know most of them. They have left little shallow traces in my life, and that’s still little something. Finals in one weeks along with moving into a new apt, so…life is getting pretty hectic! Good news is, after finals I will...
In any man who dies, there dies with him his first snow and kiss and fight. Not...– General Tso, died 1885 (via flat-baroque)
We sometimes encounter people, even perfect strangers, who begin to interest us...– Fydor Dostoevsky (via seabois)
smiling spinning in circles holding hands the world is a blur except when...– Hoppipolla by Sigur Ros
Nobody really owns anything. We give back our bodies at the end of our lives. We...– No ordinary day, Deborah Ellis (via thatkindofwoman)
I gradually understand what really matters is that you were once in my life and you changed me for good. You gave me the opportunity to experience all these beautiful emotions. That’s good enough. Now I have decided to take that little chunk of you with me and continue to live on. Thank you, really. - Ah! Who would ever think this lazy worm would have started to enjoy exercise? Ask any of...
As a kid and an adult who hates wearing sneakers (honestly I still do not understand my innate abhor towards them), I basically grew up wearing Birkenstock sandals. My dad’s yearly Germany business trip = one more Birkenstock for me. I just realized I have over 15+ of Birks. Aiya. I adore them. They are unbelievably comfortable (after I break into them) and go well with my casual clothing...
One glance at a book and you hear the voice of another person, perhaps someone...– Carl Sagan (via tatqiq)
My parents and I spent five quiet and beautiful days in Mendocino. We did a lot of hiking in forests, walking along the sea shore, and cycling…I felt good spending quality time with my parents and immersing myself in the nature. As I grow older, I do not only view my parents as my mum and dad per se, but I started to see and treat them as an adult, individual persons who have their own...
I have been not logging in facebook for a week. For an obsessed facebook lurker, this is some kind of success. Yay! I decided to quit facebook for sometime because I have been spending too much time on facebook while there are lots of things I want to accomplish but I had no time for it. Yes, connecting with faraway friends is great, but most of the time I was just looking at people’s daily...
Little things matter yet at the end, nothing really matters