A chronicle of all the exciting stuff that happens in the life of Hitomi.
I took the GRE this morning (the test you have to take to get into grad school) and I don't think I did very well. After the test, the computer gave me two raw scores for my Analytical and Quantitative reasoning skills and I scored woefully low. Like, I'm positive I did better than it said I did on it. So, I don't know, I'm really worried about it. I'm not very good at taking standardized tests, and I don't think they give an accurate representation of an individual's skills. What good is it going
Why is it forty degrees, it's June.
That being said, working for the National Park Service is badass. The people here rock my world. I just wish visitors would stop assuming I know how to get to Yellowstone. Or what the weather's like there.
So yeah, that's what I've been up to. Allow me to sporadically lurk for a while longer.
Not that anyone cares, but I got an internship this summer at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota! I get to be a real park ranger! (...or a park ranger intern.)
Also, I am turning 22 this August and I only just got my driver's license today. (After only one try, even!)
I wish I didn't inherit my mom's driving anxiety. I would have gotten it as a teenager like all the other teens. :<
I'm bummed. Now what am I supposed to look forward to on Wednesdays? :[
I guess at least they came as close as possible (for Yu-Gi-Oh, anyway) to making Yusei x Aki a canon pairing. That made me so happy I can't even express it. "Aki... there's no one in the world with a smile better than yours."
"You're the one who put that smile on my face, Yusei."
So there's this massive storm currently hovering over the Midwest right now, pelting us with freezing rain. It mostly feels like tiny shards of ice are repeatedly hitting you in the hands/face/boobs/whatever. Because that's pretty much what it is. Anyway, it gets better. (If you wait around a few minutes you'll see the picture I want to share with you.)
The Weather Channel predicts a storm of epic proportions that will affect roughly a third of the population of the country and to