I named the Map voice on my phone Phyllis and I thank her for her excessive input on occasion. Others set the map voice in their navigation apps to “boy band” and the directions get sung to them. Others still print out map quest (hey if you like paper, ya like paper).
Throw in a bit of deadline stress and it’s a big whirlwind of: “I’d just really like to be home right now, right this second, with everything that needs to happen between now and then just perfectly sorted out.”
I hear ya. It is so difficult to focus on studying when there are so many festivities to participate in (Christmas markets, Christmas shopping, Christmas movie marathon watching, Christmas everything, etc.)!
I consider it a major accomplishment when a book manages to bring tears to my eyes. I think of it as a good thing. A very good thing, for that matter, because it means the writer got me to care deeply about the characters
It took me five hours to wake up today. One more time for the people in the back: Five hours. I woke up at 8:15 without an alarm and wandered downstairs for breakfast. Somewhere in the back of my mind I remembered