Monday, December 03, 2007

Things are not going well in the life of Mary. First of all, I'm going to run out of health insurance on the 12th. Great. So, finagling a way to make sure I have enough medicine to last a while. I'll get school insurance in the spring, but it's probably not that great. Speaking of medicine, it has caused me to gain 20lbs. very quickly. I think I've plateaued, but I'm not positive. Anyway, a lot of my clothes weren't fitting, but on Thursday, I was late for class because I couldn't find a single pair of jeans that fit, except my brother's. Fantastic. So, I had to go out and buy new pants. Today, I cleaned up my room and put all the clothes that don't fit anymore in a RubberMaid bin, one of those really big ones. It's full.

Plus, it's exam week. I think no further explanation is needed.

I visited a friend this past weekend. Got away from, school. It was good. But now I am back, and everything is not good again.

I'm just really stressed and anxious.

I wish I had a puppy or a kitty. Or at least a fish.

Anyway, that is all. I'm going to take a nap.

P.S: Seeing as I'm needing a new wardrobe, y'all could click that little paypal button! Yayyy. That would be awesome. I already had one donation! Thank you!


Tiffany Anne said...

you could have a fish at school, right?

i think i may want a fish for christmas. ha-ha.

Tokyo Pink said...

your fish eat each other

Anonymous said...

I'm writing an article for Catholic World Report magazine on the three Benedictine colleges profiled in the recently released Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College. While I have already been in contact with administrators and faculty members, I also wanted to seek student perspectives for the article, and thus seek your comments on the following questions:

1. In your judgment, how do the academic atmosphere and student life at Belmont Abbey College differ from that of other colleges and universities -- and particularly Catholic colleges and universities -- with which you may be familiar?

2. Has your time at the college made you more appreciative of the teachings of the Church, and if so, how?

3. How has your time at the college affected your spiritual life?

You (and any other Belmont Abbey College students) are welcome to offer comments for the article and send them to ziegleriti at

I regret deeply that I am under a tight deadline and request that any comments be sent by Sunday, December 23.

With much gratitude for any assistance you may be able to offer.

Respectfully yours,

Jeff Ziegler

P.S. For reference, some previous articles:


Tokyo Pink said...
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Tokyo Pink said...

I am passing this on to other BAC students, as well.