I’ve worked my butt off.  Now I’m in the homestretch… about to graduate, about to finally finally travel and dance with no obligations and no classes! badaBING.


And then in December on to India where my boyfriend is!

And then I don’t know what!


working when I need the money! dancing when I have the money! traveling when I can save up enough to go somewhere where the people like to dance! because let’s face it, the only people in fargo who can dance worth anything are the foreigners!


This is why you should have a horrible time in high school.  Karma gives you nice things later. Or you learn how to snatch nice things DIRECTLY OUT OF THE AIR.

I am happy today because I finished a presentation that I was stressed about, which basically means graduation is right around the corner, and I don’t have many assignments left anymore.  And someone interviewed me about the TEFLplus course in Thailand, which pulled up some happy memories.  😀

exclamation point

ARGHHGHGH planning out my trip to New York! I’ve always wanted to go and I’m finally FINALLY doing it! I found places to go salsa dancing Monday-Thursday, and then on Friday…. we on to Europe!

I’m getting so freaking excited.  I can’t wait to graduate and get on to the business of traveling.  I feel bad that I’ll probably never have a “real” job.  I’ll just keep my CNA job probably.  They let me take a month off whenever I want (two months in this case), so I can’t complain.  It’s a messy job.  But it lets me travel.

This Mexican restaurant called Iguana in NYC has free salsa lessons Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday… I’m so pumped.

Here is music:

things I don’t care about

“being successful” has no appeal to me.  I don’t understand people who want to make it big, to become rich.  ESPECIALLY when it comes to selling things.  Marketing is the last thing I’d ever do.

My friend/acquaintance is trying to sell me on something called vemma or something like that and it’s just so strange.  It’s a terrible thing to make money by taking it from other people in exchange for things they don’t need and probably never even thought about before you got in their faces with advertisements and glowing testimonials.

Vemma sells things. That’s all I caught from what he was telling me. I think it’s the kind of thing where you convince other people to sell it too, and then you make money off them as well.  He really really really wants to talk to me about it on campus tomorrow though so I guess I’ll know more then.

Why not get a job that actually provides a needed service? gah.   I won’t go so far as to say I hate people who chase success, it just mostly creeps me out.

Also there’s a crazy cheap travel deal if you’re thinking of going to Europe, or you’re traveling between countries over there:  norwegian.com.

Got my round trip ticket to Denmark.. about 600 dollars :D. Of course, now I have to get to New York City anyways so I don’t know how much money I really saved haha.