I just had the B - U - S - I - E - S -T week ever this past week! There was something to do almost every night after work and classes. I was absolutely exhausted by the weekend, where there was still a lot more to do. This week shouldn't be quite as busy, but I have an exam coming up that I need to focus on. I bombed the last exam so badly that I am now failing the class, which just cannot happen! I also have a 25 page paper to work on. So far I'm on page 12.
Took this from here.
1. What do you think about ghosts? Are they real? Hallucinations?
I don't think they're hallucinations. I've actually seen a couple in my house. I never got a bad vibe from them. They were just there, and then disappeared as quickly as they appeared. I haven't seen one in a long time.
2. What's your favorite part about visiting a new place - the food? The architecture? The people watching?
I would definitely say the people watching! I love to people watch.
I enjoy eating too, probably too much. It's always fun to try out a new restaurant or deli though, especially if it's something that the place is known for.
I usually don't think a lot about the architecture unless it's a place specifically known for that. The office where I intern is actually an old house from the early 1900s. It's been modernized, but the owners have also tried to leave a lot of the old architecture and features behind, which is cool. There's an old church near the office that I often park near. It's gorgeous from the outside, and I hope to actually be able to step inside one day. Usually I'm in too big of a hurry to think about it, but maybe I can find the time to slow down and check it out.
3. What magazine(s) and/or newspaper(s) do you subscribe to?
I subscribe to People magazine and that's it! I don't even know why I subscribe to that, because I rarely have an opportunity to sit down and read an issue from cover to cover. I've got a stack of them in my kitchen that I one day hope to be able to read.
4. Show and tell. What comes to mind first when you see this picture? Or tell a story if it reminds you of one.
It just looks like a brick wall to me! I do like it though. Each brick is different in size, color, and thickness, which makes it that much more interesting.