Top Ten Favorite Things About Christmastime

Besides October and Halloween(-time?), Christmastime is my favorite time of the year. And, thankfully, we haven’t been hit with too much snow yet; we’ve just had light coatings lately, and are actually supposed to be getting a couple of inches today! So prepare yourselves, lads.

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I See Dead People

When you’re alone, do you ever get a weird feeling that you’re not, well, alone? I do. Or, at least, I think I do. I don’t know, maybe I’m crazy.

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Top 28 Favorite Taylor Swift Songs

Want to hear something that sounds unbelievable? I’ve been listening to Taylor Swift’s music for half of my life. Half. Of . My. Life. Eleven years. I don’t know about you, but to me, that sounds insane.

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I Love You, I Hate You

Everything about you mesmerizes me. / Like when your eyes widen with excitement / It feels like lightning striking me, straight into my soul.

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Top Ten Favorite TV Shows

Like most other millennials out there, I am an avid viewer of television. Also like many other millennials, I’ve watched a good amount of Netflix, so I think that I’ve seen all the best shows out there. Okay, so maybe I know that I haven’t watched the best, but I’ve definitely watched some that were so good, that I’ve went back and watched them again—multiple times, even. After thinking about my top favorite shows ever, this is what I’ve come up with.

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Expectations vs. Reality

When I was sixteen, I honestly thought that I had my whole life planned out. I’d go all the way through grad school for psychology, fall in love at some point, graduate cum laude, get a great job as a family therapist, get married, have four or five kids, maybe publish a couple fictitious YA novels, have a house built from the ground up, and live happily ever after. That was the plan, and I was sure, at the age of sixteen, that it would come true for me.

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I Had A Weird Dream

I had a weird dream the other night, and it stuck with me. Usually, the only kinds of dreams that I remember the next day are nightmares, so I’m a little concerned.

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