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Julissa Uitvlugt
- 4/23/2017 9:54am

It's nice to finally be able to breathe and relax for a while. My sleep schedule has been messed up for the past several months. I almost fainted when I realized I didn't have to do anything for the next few weeks. I think I might end up sleeping through these next 4 weeks.

I decided to stay with my mom for a bit since I have so much free time. She live in the boonies in Canada. It's nice. There's a lot of clean fresh air here since she doesn't live near any farms or factories. Almost feels too good to be relaxing like this.

On another note, my packing for my trip to Alaska is going along well. I'll be staying with someone in Homer for 3 months. They have plans to show me the sights and all the fantastic views in Homer before showing me some other places in Alaska. It'll be really nice to hangout with my friends there and see what it's really like.

My mom keeps making jokes that this trip is gonna be like the trip in the movie 'The Proposal'. It's pretty funny. Anyway, I'm off to hangout with my mom tonight. See you all next week.

- 4/28/2017 8:00am

Haha I think you've got a very vivid and rich imagination, like many people on here. But then again, isn't perception what matters in the universe, at least to us? Without perception of any kind...what would we be? I don't believe in quality of materialism, unless it's specific to any instance.

I am glad to hear your trip to Alaska is also going well, would love to see some pictures.

Julissa Uitvlugt
- 4/28/2017 11:09pm

I thank you for the very kind compliment @cortex. Though it's not like I showed off any of those skills in this specific journal log. If I was trying to paint a picture of something or somewhere that did not exist, I would be hosting a game of D&D (dungeons and dragons). Plus it's good to have an analytical, open, and creative mind when writing something even if it is just a letter to a pen pal, a couple of notes in class, or a journal where you keep your thoughts in that moment. Because even though it can be seen a silly by some people, it makes it easy for everyone to have a basic understanding of what the writer really means. Sorry, didn't mean to go off on a rant there.

Anyway, I would love to share with you my photo collection! It's mostly of backgrounds but I think it's really pretty.

- 5/31/2017 6:00am

Hehe, no worries ....well you did show off some skills, so that's good enough for me to decipher the kinda person you are, in that aspect :)
And don't worry haha, I go off on waaayyy too many rants and over-thinking XD
I'd like to see the pictures. Where could I see them? :)

Julissa Uitvlugt
- 8/31/2017 3:57am

I posted all my photo's on my Facebook (not telling the username for that). So that way I can remember who I met and when.

There are other places I could post them too but I am not too trusting when it comes to the darker parts of the internet and of this journal.

I could also mail you them or send you the pictures some other way, like Skype or Discord but that would require a bit more personal information (like a username) that I don't trust to put up here.

It's not that I don't trust my journal, I just don't know many people here yet and that kind of information is better left to a more secure network. If there is a place you trust on the internet we could meet there and then talk about usernames and the like.

Add a journal entry to well