Adult Principle #4 Expand your sense of the possible.

If this isn’t an appropriate topic to revive my blog with, I don’t know what is. An update is in order I think. I’ve graduated HCC with an Associates in Science and I’m now going to the University of Houston with am Environmental Science major and three minors: Mathematics, Geology, and Energy and Sustainability. 5 Years ago I never would have thought I’d be here, but here I am and I’m owning every thing I do, and trying 100% on everything.

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Adult Principle #9 Concern yourself with what is right rather than who is right.

So my great grandmother Anne passed away this morning and its had me thinking about my relationship with my mom’s family. There  have been many problems over the years and I’ve always wanted a closer relationship with my cousins and I’m not really sure why we don’t talk as much as we should.

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Adult Principle #7 Tolerate ambiguity.

This one stumped me for a little bit, so I went to and looked up Ambiguity to get a better definition and I found one that I like: the possibility of interpreting an expression in two or more distinct ways. So basically respect the fact that others have a different way of thinking about things than you do. It turns out I’ve been thinking about this one a lot recently and it is kind of nice that it is an Adult Principle.

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Adult Principle #1: Be patient. No matter what.

Today was a good but VERY clumsy day. I’ve accidentally thrown my lighter across the room, knocked over a can of Coke onto my English book and I’ve tripped over myself several times. On the good note though, my awesome boyfriend got me a new pair of shoes, my English test deadline has been extended for 24 hours, and I feel pretty confident about how I did on the History test.

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