When your coaches make a big speech out of this before practice, watch out.
(Source: thenotebookdoodles, via lovesinetimore)
Spring into spring
fall into fall
8:00(AM): come on, let’s be real
9:00: In an hour I’ll go to lab.
10:00: I should go to lab. I’m going to go to lab. One more snooze and I’ll go to lab.
11:00: I should shower before I go to lab. I’m getting ready to go to lab.
12:00: My hair is still wet and it’s cold outside. I should eat lunch. Then I’ll go to lab.
1:00: My pajamas are so comfy. UGH. I’ll be in lab by two. I really need to go in to lab.
2:00: I’m getting dressed in 20 mins, and then I’m going to lab. I really need to go to lab today. I have so much to do- right?
3:00: I can do that stuff tomorrow. I’ll wake up at 8. I need to clean my room today, and I ran out of clean laundry. If I do that today I can go to lab all week.
10:00(PM): I should have gone to lab.
My coaches won’t let me swim team at my last ECAC’s. I’m a graduating senior and they won’t let me.
It’s like they punched my feelings in the ballsack.
I’m gonna go deal with it like a bad break up: tears and chocolate and TV
Rehabbing my ankle is probably the weirdest feeling ever. Sometimes it hurts and it’s a bad hurt that grabs my attention and brings tears to my eyes. Sometimes it hurts, and it’s the same feeling of pain, but it feels kind of good like scratching a raw bug bite. Sometimes it’s not even pain but a white hot feeling, which puzzles me the most because I don’t know what my body is telling me to do.
This is what hell looks like.