Have a Happy Birthday! I just want to wish you all the best in everything you do and happiness no matter what happens. XD You’re an inspiration and I just had to do something even if it’s simple. Thank you for being here! I hope you like it. Ahah. 

I- I- you have murdered me, Time. I’m dead, you’ve killed me. This is the thing that ends my life I swear to go d

You’re so awesome like, seriously, words can’t even describe- thank you!!!!

What I’m Listening To
  • “Hotline Bling” by Drake
  • “My Way (Remix ft. Drake)” by Fetty Wap
  • “Max B (ft. Joe Fox)” by A$AP Rocky
  • “Been That (ft. Rick Ross)” by Meek Mill
  • “Charged Up” by Drake
  • “Switch Lanes” by Tkay Maidza
  • “Bitch I’m Madonna (ft. Nicki Minaj)” by Madonna
  • “0 To 100/The Catch Up” by Drake
  • “Norf Norf” by Vince Staples
  • “Not On Drugs” by Tove Lo
  • “Everyday (ft. Rod Stewart & Miguel)” by A$AP Rocky
  • “Nah” by Junglepussy
  • “Pharsyde (ft. Joe Fox)” by A$AP Rocky
  • “Electric Body (ft. Schoolboy Q)” by A$AP Rocky
  • “R.I.C.O. (ft. Drake)” by Meek Mill
  • “Classic Man (ft. Kendrick Lamar)” by Jidenna
  • “Beez in the Trap (ft. 2 Chainz)” by Nicki Minaj
  • “The Boys (ft. Cassie)” by Nicki Minaj
  • “Real” by Years & Years
  • “Desire” by Years & Years
  • “King” by Years & Years
  • “Jealous” by Nick Jonas
  • “All Eyes On You (ft. Chris Brown & Nicki Minaj)” by Meek Mill
  • “Bad For You (ft. Nicki Minaj)” by Meek Mill
  • “Habits (Stay High) (Hippie Sabotage Remix)” by Tove Lo
  • “Fine Whine (ft. M.I.A., Future, & Joe Fox)” by A$AP Rocky
  • “I’m Ya Dogg (ft. Kendrick Lamar & Rick Ross)” by Snoop Dogg
  • “This City” by Snoop Dogg
  • “Gas Pedal (Flamingosis Remix)” by Sage the Gemini
  • “Excuse Me” by A$AP Rocky
  • “M’$ (ft. Lil Wayne)” by A$AP Rocky
  • “Madonna” by Drake
  • “I Know (ft. Jhene Aiko)” by Big Sean
  • “Jukebox Joints (ft. Kanye West & Joe Fox)” by A$AP Rocky
  • “Edibles (ft. T.I.)” by Snoop Dogg
  • “Wavybone (ft. Juicy Jay & UGK)” by A$AP Rocky
  • “Roman Reloaded (ft. Lil Wayne)” by Nicki Minaj
  • “L$D” by A$AP Rocky
  • “Inside” by Earl Sweatshirt
  • “Mortal Man” by Kendrick Lamar
  • “Company (ft. Travi$ Scott)” by Drake
  • “Ooh (Truffle Butter Remix)” by LE1F
  • “Bed Rock (ft. Gudda Gudda, Nikki Minaj, Drake, Tyga, Jae Millz & Lloyd)” by Lil Wayne
  • “Jungle” by Drake
  • “Mantra” by Earl Sweatshirt
  • “Familiar (ft. King Louie & Quavo)” by Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment
  • “AM // Radio (ft. Wiki)” by Earl Sweatshirt
  • “California Roll (ft. Stevie Wonder)” by Snoop Dogg
  • “For the Nasty” by Busta Rhymes & Q-Tip
  • “Slip Slide (ft. B.o.B., BJ the Chicago Kid, Busta Rhymes, Janelle Monáe & The O'My’s)” by Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment
  • “Peaches N Cream (ft. Charlie Wilson)” by Snoop Dogg
  • “Wanna Be Cool (ft. Big Sean, Jeremih & KYLE)” by Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiement

It was always an adventure when Zeppelin had to take his son with him to run errands. Wrangling the energetic four year old long enough to get him dressed was a task in itself, and that morning Hayden was quite clear that he wouldn’t go anywhere unless he could wear his Ninja Turtle costume, complete with tiny foam nunchucks to complete the Michelangelo look. He finally agreed with the boy and helped him get into what he wanted to wear, finally getting out of the house a half hour later than he’d wanted to leave that morning. Finally arriving at the store, it was only a matter of minutes before his mini-me was running down the aisles faster than Zepp could keep up yelling about how he was going to fight the bad guys. He finally managed to catch up to Hayden and picked him up, turning quickly to walk towards the shopping carts before bumping into someone behind him. He felt his stomach drop at the sight of the familiar face in front of him and blinked a few times, trying to figure out if he was actually seeing who he thought he was seeing in front of him. “Oh– Sorry, uh– Sorry.” He stammered, not sure what to say while Hayden squirmed in his arms.

Sony Alpha NEX-3 Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera w/18-55mm Lens (Black)-14.2 Mpix

Interchangeable 18-55mm E-Series Lens.14.2 MP APS (1.5x) Exmor CMOS Sensor, Extremely Compact HD Imaging System.720p HD / MP4 w/ MPEG-4 AAC-LC Audio. Up to ISO 12800 / Up to 7 fps.Memory Stick PRO Duo or SD/SDHC Cards (Not Included).In-Camera 226° Sweep Panoramas. Sony has engineered an impressively small digicam that takes incredibly excellent pictures. In fact, the a NEX-3 digicam has all top of the range of a DSLR in about half of the dimensions and weight. Pulling off this minor miracle took some suave improvements in glass, silicon and tool code. Sony Alpha NEX-3 Overview and Highlights Bigger Sensor, Better Pictures In technical time periods, the APS-C picture sensor is roughly thirteen events the scale of the standard sensor. In human time periods, you’ll be ready to be taking photos, no longer photography. The higher sensor means softer backgrounds, for more horny snap photographs. You’ll see better into the darkish after solarset, and your entire pictures will profit from 14.2-megapixel decision. The NEX-5 and NEX-3 are outfitted with a formidable new 14.2-megapixel Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor, especially tuned to ship uncompromising still-photo and film image top of the range. Equal in surface house and efficiency to the massive, APS-C image sensors utilized in Sony’s acclaimed a gadget digital SLR digicams, it provides especially rich tonal gradation and true-to-life color. Proprietary Sony processing applied sciences are additionally built-in right away into the sensor, assuring easy, low-noise signal output and very high-speed knowledge swap. World’s Smallest and Lightest The NEX-3 delivers the standard of a DSLR in a digital camera which is ready to move anyplace you go. In actuality, that is the world’s smallest, lightest interchangeable lens digital digicam (as of April 2010). It’s roughly half the scale and weight of Sony’s smallest, lightest DSLR, the a230. Equipped with an picture sensor that is thirteen circumstances the size of the standard compact digicam’s sensor, a NEX cameras flip images into pictures. The greater sensor method photography with softer background that make your subject stand out and exquisite low-light pictures..Sony Alpha NEX-3 Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera w/18-55mm Lens (Black)-14.2 Mpix

The Resources I Used to Study for My AP Exams

Hey guys! So up until now, I have taken 7 AP classes and I thought it would be helpful to briefly list the resources I used to study from and how I studied for each class/exam. The AP classes I’ve taken are as follows: AP U.S. History, AP Language and Composition, AP Calculus BC, AP French Language and Culture, AP World History, AP Statistics, and AP Physics C. So without further ado, here’s how I did it:


  • Barron’s AP United States History 2nd Edition (2012)
  • Barron’s AP United States History Flash Cards 2nd Edition (2012)

The Barron’s book is simply the best when studying for APUSH. I found their chapter summaries very detailed and thorough and the quizzes at the end of each chapter helped me a lot. I used this to study not only for the exam, but also for the class itself. The flashcards are also an essential tool for remembering key dates to use on the multiple choice and the essay section. Now granted, I took the exam the year before they modified the test but I think the process is still the same. You need to be very familiar with the different types of essays and know how to approach them. This only comes with practice so try to write as many practice essays as you can as it is good preparation. The key dates really come into play on the multiple choice so you’ve got to know as many as you can. Use the flash cards for this and practice whenever you’ve got free time. As for studying for the class, take a lot of notes when you read. They will be a BIG help.


I personally didn’t use any resource materials to study for this test because you don’t really need anything specific. It’s very similar to APUSH though. Familiarize yourself with the essay types and write many practice ones and do many multiple choice passages as well. Critical reading skills are really important on this test. If you want a more in depth response, check out the post I made about studying for AP Lang here.


  • Barron’s AP Calculus BC (or AB) 13th Edition (2015)

I also didn’t purchase any study materials for this class because my teacher provided us with the textbook’s AP review book. My friends however, purchased the Barron’s book and had good results so that’s what I would recommend. Basically you have to continuously review your notes and always ask questions. It’s important to understand the reasoning behind a formula or procedure in order to fully know the material. There’s also a lot of memorization so be prepared for that. Here’s an ask I answered about AP Calc.


  • Barron’s AP French Language and Culture (2013)

If you struggle in French, this is a tough exam. But don’t worry, if you study the right way it’s beatable! The first important thing is to look at old AP French exams and familiarize yourself with the format and what they ask of you. Practice everything but work on your weaknesses in order to even out your score. Read articles and books in French to prepare for the reading and listen to the news in French or even French music to prepare for the listening. If you have an opportunity to speak in class, do it! It’s good practice for the speaking. Finally, really work on those essays because there are certain key phrases you have to use in order to get the points.


  • Princeton Review Cracking the AP World History Exam (2015)

Basically the United States History sections. The two exams are very similar in some aspects but different in others. The essays are the key difference and they are, in my opinion, harder than the APUSH essays. So look at past rubrics and work out a formula for approaching the essays. It will be a big help. My teacher recommended the Princeton Review for this exam simply because it does a better job of covering the material and making it approachable. I didn’t get flashcards this time but you could if they help you review.


  • Barron’s AP Statistics (2015)

I approached AP Statistics the same way I wrote above for AP Calc. AP Stats has even more memorization than the AP Calc exam and a lot of what you do is on your graphing calculator. So make sure to familiarize yourself with all the functions you learn in class and know how to differentiate between the different tests that you have to conduct. Writing is a key component in this class and it’s important to be clear, detailed, and thorough in your responses. Again, my teacher provided review materials so I didn’t purchase any but I would recommend the Barron’s book for this test because Barron’s generally approaches math in what I think is a clearer and easier to understand way.


  • Princeton Review Cracking the AP Physics C Exam (2015)

This class is a monster. It has to be the hardest AP class and exam I’ve taken so far and probably will still be the hardest after I finish this year’s AP classes. Study smarter not harder for this. There is so much I can say about this class so I’ll just link you to a very detailed post I made about it here

That’s about it for now. Let me know if you want me to make a detailed post for any specific class. If any requests do come up, I’ll update this post with new reference links. I will also make a part two of this post in January or so after I finish some more classes. Let me know if you have any questions and I hope this helped! Good luck!


she’s too busy being in love with herself to have an eye for anyone else

caps from Nothing Much to Do: The Limits of Technology and the Art of Self-Representation in a Modern World

dialog from Call Me Katie: A Crush Hunt


If anyone is interested in being in a group chat please contact me :) I know I previously stated that I wanted to do essay reviews and this will be included! I think we all (some more than others) need some encouragement, advice, and probably loads of pep talks throughout this application process. Those please reblog/like or even message me if you want :) We will be using KIK or LINE (because not everyone has an iphone). Depending on the amount of people are interested, there could be 2-3 separate groups.