Sometimes I wonder if people realize that when they have a phone call outside other people can hear them, whether the other people really want to eavesdrop or not. Case in point: this morning while walking to the library after getting my free flu shot at the Health Services (yay free flu shot, yay hopefully not getting sick this semester?) I was walking in front of a girl who was having a conversation on her cell phone. I generally try not to listen to other people’s phone conversations but this statement really grabbed my attention (it’s paraphrased because my memory is bad okay?)
He says that the wants a really big family. By really big, I mean he wants 8 to 14 children…
Yes, yes another late post, but y’all are probably used to that already. During the week of orientation for all of the incoming first-years, it was also coincidentally Restaurant week for Boston and the surrounding area. A friend and I decided to go to The Melting Pot since neither of us have ever been there before. Their cheese fondue wasn’t on the Restaurant Week menu so we added it because what’s the point of going to a fondue restaurant if you don’t get their cheese fondue? I don’t remember which one we got, but it was very good.
This post is also like 1 month old, but have it anyways~ So before I went back to school, my mom, brother and I went peach picking at Tougas Family Farm because peaches picked off of a tree generally taste better than the peaches sold at the supermarket. They have that juicy peach taste that those sad supermarket peaches don’t. Here’s a gratuitous picture of me with our box of peaches. I had to edit the picture because the lighting was not-so-good but it was fun because I was still at the honeymoon stage of “omg, I learned about layer masks” in photoshop. And if you couldn’t tell, it was sunny and HOT that day.