Apparently I’m like Van Gogh on here.

I blog actively and nobody cares.

I stop blogging here and y’all like/reblog my posts.

Logic?

kryptoenite-deactivated20120604 said: hi c: I love your url, would you like to do a switch of urls? Or I can give you some of the ones I've saved c: I'd really appreciate it!

Erm, no?

"If people were rain, I was drizzle and she was a hurricane."

— Looking for Alaska

I wish I were a cat.

I’ve got my last exam tomorrow.

Guess who’s not prepared.

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You know what my problem is?

Everything needs to be perfect.
I sometimes get told I’m too critical of others, but I’m far more critical of myself. I had an oral exam yesterday which went great. Only my written didn’t and that’s the only thing I can think about now. I can’t enjoy the good things I achieve because I spend most of my time blaming myself that I didn’t do it perfect. That I didn’t push myself. I have a pathological need to excell in everything I do. I have an absurd fear of failure, especially when it comes to academics. I know it’s okay to take a hit. To get a setback every once in a while. I know that’s how you learn things. I’m just not sure how I can convince my brain of that.

anotherrpage:

heylaney:
… also giving this a go

anotherrpage:

heylaney:

… also giving this a go

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popmuslim:

Interfaith rally at Long Island mosque condemns hate crimes.
When one group is harmed, we all are.
That was the message Friday in Huntington as a diverse cross section of public officials and clergy stood together in solidarity to denounce a recent string of hate crimes in Huntington and other parts of Long Island.
State Assemblyman Andrew Raia, R-Huntington, said Jews, Christians and Muslims are all facing a rise in hate crimes. “The only way to combat this is to join together in solidarity,” Raia said.
“If it’s a mosque today, it’s a temple tomorrow, it’s a church the next day. People that hate have no self respect,” said Supervisor Frank Petrone . “We stand with you. You’re a peaceful group here at this mosque. You’re adding something special to the town and we will not let you stand by yourself.”
Members of the Jewish community including Rabbi Ian Silverman of the East Northport Jewish Center and Rabbi Steven Moss, co-chair of county’s human rights commission said they stand in solidarity with their Muslim brothers and sisters.
“Say no to hate and yes to peace and harmony in the community,” said Moss.
“I take joy in the fact that we are standing from the various communities to represent religious liberty.” ”It’s joy to stand in solidarity with you today to declare unto those in the Town of Huntington who think it’s all right to harm houses of worship, that we stand against such action,” said Rev. Larry Jennings of the Bethel AME Church
“This is hate and the only way we can face it is head on,” said Silverman.
We hope to be able to support each other in times like this to find ways that we may all express our faith.” “When one religious community is harmed, we all are.”

popmuslim:

Interfaith rally at Long Island mosque condemns hate crimes.

When one group is harmed, we all are.

That was the message Friday in Huntington as a diverse cross section of public officials and clergy stood together in solidarity to denounce a recent string of hate crimes in Huntington and other parts of Long Island.

State Assemblyman Andrew Raia, R-Huntington, said Jews, Christians and Muslims are all facing a rise in hate crimes. “The only way to combat this is to join together in solidarity,” Raia said.

“If it’s a mosque today, it’s a temple tomorrow, it’s a church the next day. People that hate have no self respect,” said Supervisor Frank Petrone . “We stand with you. You’re a peaceful group here at this mosque. You’re adding something special to the town and we will not let you stand by yourself.”

Members of the Jewish community including Rabbi Ian Silverman of the East Northport Jewish Center and Rabbi Steven Moss, co-chair of county’s human rights commission said they stand in solidarity with their Muslim brothers and sisters.

“Say no to hate and yes to peace and harmony in the community,” said Moss.

“I take joy in the fact that we are standing from the various communities to represent religious liberty.” ”It’s joy to stand in solidarity with you today to declare unto those in the Town of Huntington who think it’s all right to harm houses of worship, that we stand against such action,” said Rev. Larry Jennings of the Bethel AME Church

“This is hate and the only way we can face it is head on,” said Silverman.

We hope to be able to support each other in times like this to find ways that we may all express our faith.” “When one religious community is harmed, we all are.”

I’ve got an exam tomorrow.

I’m not ready, I’m not ready, I’m not ready.

This exam period has been a joke.

I’ll be crying myself to sleep tonight.

Brb, having a nervous breakdown.

I’m going to fail neurosciences. Fail like I’ve never failed before.

My name is Aïcha and I’m a failure. You may also call me dumbass. 

"If you keep making excuses for yourself, you’ll never be able to change."
GPO my cat

GPO my cat

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Happy days.

Word’s on the street I aced Shock and organ failure!

And by word on the street I mean I didn’t get a mail telling me I flunked.

Also: my boss asked me if I wanted to continue working for AZG.

Yay and yay.

I’ve got a heartrate of almost 80.

Can you tell I’m stressed?
Note to self: CALM DOWN!