unstressed

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‘Twas a good week after all!

MON - Eatsumo lunch. Combo A = Heavenly Universe.

TUES - had our kire/vanity day and i wore clothes and high wedges na hindi mo aakalaing susuotin ko. Dami nagsabing bagay daw sakin!! kilig much. but NO, i told them 'back to normal’ na ako kinabukasan. shirts + pants/shorts + slippers ulit. next time na lang yung mga bongga. 

WED -had our Bio 2 & 3 QuizCon at success na success naming inexecute ang aming intermission number with my sis, Presh—- “Jeepney Lovestory”. Biruin mong nakapagintermission kami sa harap ng mga estudyante sa BioSci??! It was an honor! :“”“>

THURS -had our orientation. ang soyo soyo loong. :D and we (orgmates and orientees) all watched the flying lanterns together. ang romantic nga eeeh. :”> parang Tangold. 

FRI - THANK GOD.

I'm so bored I'm going to make my own calendar.

Why do I have nothing to do.
Why am I so unstressed.
Then again, it’s a good thing I guess.
BUT IT’S JUST NOT NORMAL DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR.
Not that I’m complaining or anything.
Just watch my give up halfway LOL.

I am so happy today.

y’all may start thinking I am bipolar and crazy or something but guys, I made it through this week in which I had 2 major grades due every day. and I made it. like I did it and I am so happy. I came home (to my parents house) last night and got lots of sleep (9 hours) which is more than I got all week long and then proceeded to spend the entire day driving around enjoying myself and getting things done (like buying baby oil and a new book and getting my eyebrows done for the first time since the incident) and I am SO HAPPY. So yay for life! I am done rambling now. I love you all and pray your day is just as wonderful if not more! comment below to tell me about it!

10 Facts About ‘Horton Hears A Who!’

‘Horton Hears a Who!’ was written in anapestic tetrameter. In fact, most of Dr. Seuss’s books are in this meter. Each line repeats a pattern of unstressed/unstressed/stressed syllables four times, for a total of 12 syllables. Another example of a poem that uses anapestic tetrameter is “A Visit from St. Nicholas.”

a lot of my life has been spent worrying about money and i am just really really feelin good this year. i can afford meds and therapy and i am not worried about how we;re gonna pay the mortgage and i even have my own bank account.

I'm a little surprised

at how unstressed I am right now. I just turned in my application for the Peace Corps. **fingers crossed**

Tomorrow, I have an interview for an internship for the fall semester (possibly the whole school year). Studying for the Psychology GRE which I finally signed up for the other day.

Normally, I feel like I would be over-thinking, over-stressing blah blah blah but I’m not. I’m actually excited!! This is what I want and I’m fairly confidant that it’s going to work out for me. I think it also helps that my mother FINALLY gave me her blessing to go ahead with all my life plans <3

And tonight. For the first time in forever. Tonight. I can sleep.

Nothing tastes as good as reassurance.

I can sleep.

I can actually fall into a deep sleep.

I do not have to toss and turn and sweat for hours on end. The dark circles of death will disappear underneath my eyes.

And I can sleep.

I keep myself awake just so it will be more enjoyable.

Literary Terms

Foot. The basic unit of meter consisting of a group of two or three syllables. Scanning or scansion is the process of determining the prevailing foot in a line of poetry, of determining the types and sequence of different feet.

Types of feet: U (unstressed); / (stressed syllable)

Iamb: U /
Trochee: / U
Anapest: U U /
Dactyl: / U U
Spondee: / /
Pyrrhic: U U

Iambic words: about, event, infuse, persuade
Trochaic words: woman, daisy, golden, patchwork
Anapestic words: underneath, introduce
Dactyllic words: fantasy, alchemy, penetrate

Source : Glossary of Literary Terms