Thursday, November 30, 2006

So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.
-The Great Gatsby


Some things that pretty much just suck
-being sick during finals week
-expensive parking tickets
-still not having an internship
-looking at your bank statement while getting money to pay the parking ticket
-when the alarm on your phone is set to vibrate and it doesn't wake you up
-when you miss half of a review session for a final you have because your alarm doesn't go off
-running out of printer ink when you really need it
-the way your back feels after screen printing until all hours of the morning

It's always darkest before the dawn? I'm expecting some daylight any day now.

In other Haley news I picked up the latest issue of Hobo. It is a beautiful magazine! Amazing photographs, poetic writing and published on 100% recycled paper.
Check it

Tuesday, November 28, 2006


Donna and I were wondering what this whole spandex craze on campus is about. You've seen those sorority girls rocking it. We decided we'd give it a go, and it my friends is amazing.

Monday, November 20, 2006

Video Blogs

Check this sweet video pieced together from YouTube blogs.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

just a thought

“Gross National Product measures neither the health of our children, the quality of their education, nor the joy of their play. It measures neither the beauty of our poetry, nor the strength of our marriages. It is indifferent to the decency of our factories and the safety of our streets alike. It measures neither our wisdom nor our learning, neither our wit nor our courage, neither our compassion nor our devotion to our country. It measures everything in short, except that which makes life worth living. It can tell us everything about our country, except those things that make us proud to be a part of it.”
-bobby kennedy

Saturday, November 11, 2006


Sitting here wondering, waiting, and thinking that I overshot my internship. I applied to 2 amazing places that are Exactly spot on where I want to learn. One's in Toronto and one's in Italy. I'm kind of more afraid of what happens if I get the internship...about having to go somewhere way out of my comfort zone. Wondering if I should have played it safe and questioning why Ashley talked me out of the place in Philly where I wanted to go. I've been thinking a lot about the fear of success. I think way too much attention is given to failure. I'm freaked out about being important, and about really getting out of sussex county. I think I'm made for big stuff, but every now and then I need a pep talk. I pray that one of these places is where God wants me to be.

"knowing is better than wondering, waking is better than sleeping, and even the biggest failure, even the worst, beat the hell out of never trying" thanks Meredith Grey

Saturday, November 04, 2006

Keytars and Naan

Last night Joel convinced Claire and I to go and see the band mute math in Philly. They had the lost in the 80's instrument the keytar, which was awesome. It was a highly entertaining show. The drummer was a beast and I had never really seen a fretless electric bass. My favorite part of the evenening was heading to Old City to catch the beginning of the first friday art shows and getting Joel to speak about form and concepts with Claire and I the art majors. They're my new favorite adventure kids.