Originally posted on scenes from the trail:
I was visiting Bec and Holly in the area, so Bec and I thought we’d give the summit a go. It’s not a particularly difficult climb if you don’t mind a little bit of stair climbing. The track is well established and not particularly long, but definitely a slog. The weather is a bit iffy, and afternoon cloud often gathers around the mountain. Fortunately the summit sometimes pokes through the cloud, as it did the day we climbed it, offering a truly spectacular view from the top.
Originally posted on James Michael Sama:
With Valentine’s Day having just passed, we’ve all been witness to self-loathing Facebook statuses about being single, but this doesn’t just happen because of the holiday.
I find often times the perception in society is that if you’re single, you’re unhappy – and if you’re in a relationship, you’re automatically happy.
Given how many people live fulfilling single lives and how many people settle into the wrong relationships, this is not always the case.
Im so excited for the season premiere of House of Cards tomorrow. Just kidding folks. House of Cards, or rather House of Cary, just had its season premiere right here on campus.
Last night, Student Senator Cary Cheshire started writing a statement about his motion to impeach Texas A&M University Student Body President. Im not sure if he got lost along the way, but his train of thought surely went missing very early on.
Aside Posted on Updated on
It’s hard to wake up every day and face a reality that laughs in your face. When the world isn’t what you grew up wishing it would be, and it turns out to be so cruel…That is the worst. Some people escape this into a happiness by simply “growing up”. What if we do not wish to grow up? What if we do not want to stop believing that we can reach or the stars? Why should we subject ourselves to ‘truth’ in the world and being content with only those things we know we can achieve? The truth is a lie.
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