Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Stress is So Much Fun!

I got in this zone when I had a lot on my to-do list. It’s kind of an addiction or excitement. It’s the drama of having a pile of homework, and work, and dishes to do--and not quite knowing whether or not you’re going to accomplish everything before the timer rings.

I kind of enjoy this rush. No, it isn’t like stretching-out-on-a-beach, or curling-up-with-a-good-book happiness, but there’s definitely something addicting about being busy. Colleges have sure been around a long time, and they’re supported by a population of people who secretly indulge in having fun doing a myriad of stressful, time-consuming activities.

You’ll hear college students complain about being busy, and having no time, and etc. Don’t buy it. We love it. We love the uncertainty of the end result of our grades and the suspense of finals week. We adore coming home from work at nine and then studying for four hours while binging of caffeine. We love trying to be a cheap as possible, like using public bathrooms whenever possible to conserve toilet paper in the dorm. We love trying to sustain ourselves on nothing but ramen and easy mac. We love feeling confidently justified to sleep in until noon on Saturday because we partied all Friday night. We love the independence we have. We love being stressed out.



Brad said...

HAHAHAHA!!!! I love it!!

HDVB said...

oh my this really little miss megan...who used to live across the street and make plays of the "lion king" and the "pioneers"
Wow have GROWN UP!!! :)
I sure do you love you - you definitely hit the nail on the head with this post - and so well written too!

Hannah (your old next door neighbor) :)

Meg said...

Hahaha yes, this is me. I found your blog, and can I just say that I love it? Your school does sound a lot more intense than mine, I must say. :)

Recorder said...

It really is the truth, Megan. I think that you couldn't have made it any better.

By the way, this is Randy Bingham. I have a new blog now, if you ever want to read some randomness. It should be kind of interesting (at least, I hope it is).