Let’s just say that it’s been a while since I’ve updated my LiveJournal and perhaps, the adult thing to do now is to blog, not e-diary write. Seeing as I never thought I would succumb to the creepy, nerdy, technological world of internet expression, it certainly was an ironic moment when I finally came to terms with the fact that I am indeed part of this encoded cult society.

My guilty partakings in LiveJournal, Facebook, Instant Messenger, Gmail Chat, You Tube, Myspace (sadly coerced into making an account thanks to my college roommate) have all ultimately led the way to this blog. For a while I would come across blogs and read all sorts of entries that were interesting to read but I could never completely grasped who gave a crap about a stranger’s opinion.

  However, so far this summer I have worked for about two months at GYMR Public Relations in Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C., as an intern. Nine to five, 40 hours a week of databases, coverage matrixes, media lists, meetings and 30 stacks worth of paper printed and copied to date–and honestly, one finds a lot of time to think in those hours of slightly tedious work. And while I try to jam out to my cd player (yes I’m still old school and loving it) and not fall asleep, little things come to mind that are inspirational enough for me to dedicate a good 20 minutes writing, but alas, I am at work and cannot. Even if I am not at work, those half an hour long commutes are prone to mind-wandering.In any case, here we go. Whatever you read, consider it comes from the perspective of a 20 year old. If I say anything disagreeably stupid, please excuse it due to my fabulously youthful personality…and if I say anything that blows you out of the water, please do remember to attribute it to that baby 20 year old and think to yourself, “Wow! Kids these days DO know how to think.”

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