"I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day. And I believe in miracles."
~ Audrey Hepburn

12.04.2010

College in Review


Alright alright, don't get your panties in a bunch -- I didn't finish college yet!
To make it official I have to take my final exams next week
and then spend 6 wonderful months in Chile
(which, c'mon, totally does not count as school).

So how would I sum up my college experience? As Borat Sagdiyev so eloquently put it:

There were some good times
and there were some shit times.
Mostly there were shit good times.


hehe.

Don't get me wrong, there was a time when I really loved being at UCSB,
it's just that the absence of some people made it really hard to be there
and the presence of others only made it harder...

I am so excited to be free of all that next week! I plan to:

- be a better blogger & do sooooo many Day Zero
Project goals that your head will be spinning!

- get a job in the LA/OC area so I can make some
money before I study abroad

- catch up on all the reading I was not able to
do this crazy, hectic quarter

- celebrate the holidays with my favorites!!!!!!!!!!


Me, at Hannah's apartment last week celebrating Hanukkah!


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

HAHA verry nice, i like :)

p.s. briiing back borattttt :( waaahhh

Marcella Alyssa said...

Borat is here, at home! So am I! You are not!

Bryan Murray said...

Geez such foul language for an elegant lady such as yourself :O

Be a better blogger?? You freakin blog every week already. I guess our heads will be spinning!

Also, wouldn't it be funny if you failed a class in Chile and had to come back to SB to finish haha.

Do you realize you leave in less than 2 months?!?!

Sarah Marie said...

alala I am so excite for you!

it all sounds so wonderful:)

p.s. I know what you mean about being ready to leave UCSB. You know I felt the same way (probably for similar reasons, too.) But I still miss SB, so make the most of it!

xo

Marcella Alyssa said...

Actually, Bryan, I met with an Academic Advisor who informed me that I have already met the residency requirement! So if there is some freak accident (God-forbid!) and I fail a class, I don't have to return to SB. I can just make it up at any 4-year university.