So, let me just start by saying I am in college. I’ve technically been “in college” since I was 15 years old. But NOW, 17-year old Eli, is IN COLLEGE at Arizona State University. I am a dance major, although I hope to minor in Chinese, possibly join the military as an officer after I get my Bachelor’s degree, and then get my master’s degree paid for.
Today (January 28th, 2013) it is a bit dreary outside, and I have a lot of time to do homework so I decided to type up some random thoughts and share them with my non existent blog viewers.
Thought #1: Boys.
This weekend I was telling my parents that I am 100% sure I am not going to find my future husband in college because all of the guys here are ANNOYING AS HELL. There’s no way to sugar coat it. It is what it is. I am forever cursed with being attracted to men that do not want to date a 17 year old or are not Christians. Shruglyfe
Thought #2: Social Hierarchy
Within the dance program, I feel a division. There are “cliques” and it is really frustrating because I enjoy the company of all of the dancers. So why can’t we all just get along? I’m hoping that relationships will build throughout the semester but as of now I feel totally disconnected from the dance group as a whole.
Thought #3: God! (last but CERTAINLY not least)
This whole Bible-in-a-year reading plan is PERFECT. I am loving it and I am learning so much. Sometimes it is hard to understand why some of the things are happening in the bible, but I know that doubt is necessary to test faith, in order to make it stronger.
Those three things have been my focus this past month, and they are all jumbled up in my mind so I am patiently (impatiently) awaiting some sense to be made of my life and what I am doing on this campus in the lovely little state of Arizona. Everything is peachy keen sometimes, and other times I just want to drive in my car and blast some hardcore Jesus music.
That is all.