Trying to remember an answer when taking a test
Remembering the answer after you’ve turned the test in
I had an interesting conversation with this late 20s or early 30’s woman. I noticed her puck and asked her if she played hockey or field. Turns out that it was neither, it was “floor” hockey, you know like the one near Cherry park?
I striked up a conversation with her and it was a very pleasant and well spent 20 minutes. Because of this stranger, who by the way is actually in her 40s, I’ve got another thing added to my bucket list. It really isn’t anything huge, but it’s something I want to be able to do.
She’s part of two floor hockey leagues and that’s how she’s met her good friends. When I’m in my 30’s and 40’s, I want to join a league of some sort. Whether it be something completely out of my comfort zone or not. It is the PERFECT de-stressor AND a way to make and keep friends. I’ve already decided on that, and it’s going to happen. :)
Today, I had the pleasure to help 4 Brazilians at Century 21 and they probably made me the happiest moments of me working at c21.
Especially the man, I forgot to ask for his name but i do remember the women’s names… Patricia and Marcia. That man was so patient with me and my Portuguese that I would have given him a hug. I did get one of those Brazilian face to face kisses. It brought me right back to them good old days in Brazil.
-sighhh- It was a long day but it was made so much more worth it.
I think it hit me after 1.5 weeks on set. We’re making a movie! #theseguysagain #goodteamgoodfriends #wereactuallysameheight
"If the protagonist is queer, and the story doesn’t revolve around romance, then why is the protagonist queer in the first place if it’s largely irrelevant? I’m simply curious"
If the protagonist is straight, and the story doesn’t revolve around romance, then why is the protagonist straight in the first place if it’s largely irrelevant? I’m simply curious
"I’m giving a presentation tomorrow on the experience of African American males growing up in America."
"What’s the thesis?"
"Hundreds of interviews have been conducted, and we’ve found that not only do most African American males fail to acknowledge institutional racism, they mainly tend to blame themselves for their failures. They say things like they didn’t work hard enough, or made too many mistakes. They don’t understand that they weren’t afforded the same opportunities."