"In the beginning, God created the heaven and the Earth. At least, that’s what they say. He created the birds of the air and the beasts of the field. And he looked at his creation and he saw that it was good. And then God created man, and it’s been downhill ever since. The story goes on to say that God created man in his own image, but there’s not much proof of that. After all, God made the sun, the moon, and the stars. And all man makes is trouble. And when man finds himself in trouble, which is most of the time, he turns to something bigger than himself, to love, or fate, or religion to make sense of it all."
I've been catchin up on my Grey's today. That's my favorite quote from the day. Dr. Bailey. So great.
Anyways. My thought of the day is that real life is coming soon. And I'm not sure that I like it. I do, but I don't. A couple of my close friends from home are graduating in May, and it's just weird to think about. They're about to have real jobs. But I still feel so young. It's funny how in middle school., high schoolers look so old. Then high school comes along and we still feel so young., but college students., now they're old. Then we get to college. And we turn twenty-one. And we expect to feel old and adult-like and civilized. But I'm not. I have so much to learn yet. And still yet to find someone to learn it all with. In it's own time though. It'll all fall together. That's what's awesome about having a God to trust. He's got it and I don't have to worry.
But now it's time to do some homework. I don't have too much due tomorrow, surprisingly, but I do want to get ahead so Tuesday doesn't hit me too hard.
So now I'm back to trying to look up what the base of a circle is.