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Rainy Days

I woke up one morning last week and thought to myself, “I think we need a rainy day in the near future.” Finally! Despite the fact that I hate walking to and from class in this rainy haze since I don’t have any really warm clothes or an umbrella with me at school at the moment, I’m super happy with the weather that we’ve been experiencing the past few days. Some resort to such harsh words as “dreary”, “depressing”, or “nasty” to describe it. But me, I prefer different, kinder adjectives when referring to gray, rainy days. And besides, who wants to sit in his or her room and study when it’s sunny and warm out? When it’s cold and rainy, you actually want to be indoors doing homework. Okay, maybe that’s stretching it a bit, but you get my point.

Tomorrow is the first mid-term of my college career, despite the fact that I’m a sophomore. How I got so lucky last year, I don’t know. Wish me luck, and good luck to anyone else who still has tests to take! Friday will be here before we know it.


“Golden Age” by Beach Fossils (a little blissful summer groove to cheer you up.)


I’ve said it on a previous blog post and I’m about to say it again: I love the rain. There’s nothing like being in your dorm room, doing homework to the sound of the raindrops softly tapping on the window. There’s only one thing that could make this scenario even better: the music of James Blake, introduced to me by my older brother. I wish that I could review his self-titled album as well as my brother did, but alas, I cannot, so here is the link to it on KSLU’s website (KSLU is SLU’s radio station). All I can say is that his music is perfect to listen to as the rain is steadily coming down.

Yes…this is the picture of serenity for me.

Unfortunately, finals week is approaching fast, which means I have a multitude of projects, quizzes, labs, tests, and presentations to freak out about. It also means I’ll be lugging around a ten-pound backpack all day in the rain, without an umbrella, once again.

Don’t let the torrential rains wash you away!



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