IT TOOK ELLEN LESS THAN 45 MINUTES TO GET THE MOST RETWEETED TWEET EVER. I THINK WE KNOW WHO THE REAL QUEEN IS.
SHE HIT 1 MILLION IM OUT
To be fair, did any of us actually doubt that she would?
In my opinion, thinking you’re above everyone else because you don’t party is just as annoying as thinking you’re better because you do.
Everyone is entitled to their own ideas of fun. If it’s drinking, cool. If it’s staying home and watching movies, awesome.
We’re all humans.
On my mornings off my kitchen smells like coffee and banana pancakes.
That makes me happy.
Especially when it sounds like Jack Johnson too.
I’m spending the summer at camp and I’ve been accepted to school in London. Who am I and what is my life?
Mini Reasons I’m Excited for Camp
"Mini Reasons" because obviously the "Big Reasons" are playing with kids, watching them build lifelong friendships with one another, empowering them to do things they never could, assisting in the best week of their lives, etc. etc. etc.
So, mini reasons:
- "Borrowing" cookie dough from the kitchen
- Coffee congregations in the morning with the obligatory “How’s your week going?”
- ^^ in the mail room/bathrooms/salad bar/cereal bar
- Primary night duty: being able to lay on the cabin floor with a few minutes of peace and quiet
- Primary rest duty: only time during the week to catch up on journaling and reading
- The incredible feeling of sweating
- The strongest coffee known to man that comes from a never ending dispenser. And knowing when you get out of bed in the morning that you just have to get to that first cup of coffee.
- Cartons of milk and slices of bread every time you happen to pass through the dining hall
- How many stars you can see at night
- Being completely isolated from the outside world
- Jokes among counselors
- No makeup, no clothes besides shorts and t-shirts, no styled hair
- One Direction in the dining hall
- Embracing the over caffeinated/under rested mentality of departure day
- Intersession activities: Beach, Orlando, MOUNT DORA and everything about it, dinner in Sanford, skydiving, horseback riding, movie nights, reading on the porch, going to the springs.
- The week of orientation
Get me there.
One of the many reasons I’m so looking forward to camp is knowing how hard I’ll get to work. There’s something so incredible about watching a group of people give something their all. Early mornings, late nights, high temperatures, long days. It’s not easy. But it’s so worth it.