Happy morning, world! It is Monday and I am very excited. It’s rare to be excited on a day that everyone hates. I’m actually hating it right now, but no matter, I’m excited. Why am I filled with so much glee? Oh, well, that’s because this is the last week of finals and then I’ll be on a nice, long break from school.
Over the weekend, I finished a 13-page brief on the policy of immigration reformation. It was grueling, world. Let me tell ya. I totally didn’t expect to turn out a 13-page paper, but when you see something like that manifest from your own hands, you get pretty damn excited. I mean, just talking about it right now–I’ve gotta go change my pants. BRB.
Okay, back! Anyway, I’ve learned a lot of things from that paper. I’ve learned about how much prejudice I have towards one side and it would’ve never come about if I never did a paper like this. I typically don’t like to get involved in anything political because you can never get to a spot of, “Oh, yeah. That’s a good point. I like that side.” I’m an open-minded person. I like to listen to both sides of every argument and each side may have valid points, but who’s really right? And most people would say, “Well, what does your brain tell you? What do you feel is right?” And you know what feels right? Finishing a 13-page brief. And frying bacon naked.
All I know is that at the end of this week, I am a free person. I guess I’ve been out of it lately with the change of work and the impending finals, but it’s shown me that I can’t handle stress very well. I’ve discovered that I get angry, I lash out, I become depressed and then I need a night of drinking that involves killing a bottle of Jaeger. I need to figure out how to control that shit or else I’m going to do something I regret one day. At least I can see my mistakes. How many of you can say that you see yours and try to make a change about it?
Well, back to work for me!