Good Karma.

Today totally reiterated the fact that school has, indeed, started again…

Books, coffee, planner.

Enter hours spent at bizzle with Pumpkin Spice coffee in tow, reading through various course readings assigned for the weekend. I’m actually really looking forward to my classes this quarter — Communication classes covering cultural codes, multi media and a writing/journalism class. It’s nice to finally be doing what I want to be doing! For the first time I like all of my classes, and am excited about the quarter to come!

Regardless, I do have a lot of reading, and didn’t exactly, er.. get much done yesterday *seeing that I just got books today*…

But yesterday I had unimportant things to do! πŸ˜€ I’m so predictable..

Thursday Farmer's Market.

So after my *important* errands of the Farmer’s Market, grocery shopping, doing some birthday shopping for my sister and procrastinating my reading, I babysat last night. It was fun. We watched Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue. (I actually enjoyed it ha! πŸ˜‰ )

…Ate through their fully stocked kitchen ;), and played with the kitties,

It was great.

Tomorrow will be an early morning for me because I’m participating with work in Seattle’s Heart walk. Yeah, 8:30 on a Saturday morning… it’s for a good cause though. So in lieu of going out, I took a Friday night yoga class, hit up Whole Foods salad bar for dinner, and now I’m in my sweats, catching up in blog world, eating a delish brownie my cook made and gonna turn in early.

Weekend plans? Do you enjoy “kiddie” movies? What are your favorite procrastination techniques? πŸ˜€ (Whole Foods, blogs and shopping are definitely up there for me!)

Night loves!


❀ Jaclyn

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Musing: Karma. Believe in it or not?? Last night, as I was driving home from babysitting, I saw a girl from my house — not a close friend, but an acquantiance I have gotten closer to lately — walking home. It was late and dark, and while I wanted to get home, I thought “it really won’t take me that long to pick her up and drive her home.” She definitely appreciated the gesture *and the fact that she got home 25 minutes earlier than she would have!* and it felt good doing something nice for someone else. When I finally got back to my house, I was worried about finding parking but ended up finding a spot right in front of my house, which never happens. I think it was good karma: doing something nice and selfless for someone else, and in turn something good coming from it – had I not driven her home, I wouldn’t have found that parking place!


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2 responses to “Good Karma.

  1. Good luck with school getting into full swing, lady – it definitely helps when you’re doing something you love, doesn’t it?

    And I TOTALLY believe in karma. I’d like to believe I would do good things without expecting something in return lol – but karma doesn’t hurt!

  2. Good luck with the walk today love!

    Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh your important things to be done are the same as mine would be! lol! Target and Forever 21 would be in there too!

    Love ya! xoxo

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