Jennifer from SMPR – First Day of Class

Ok! I have my notebooks organized, I ate a protein-rich breakfast, and am feeling ready to take on the day! Eeee! I’m couldn’t be more excited! I’m attending my dream college, working toward my dream career, and I know it’s only been a couple days but I can definitely tell I have the most perfect roommate, Lucy! She and I get along so well. I remember just yesterday when we were organizing our dorm, she told me I could keep ALL my shiny decorations on my side! I tried to tell her I had enough for both of us, but she insisted I have twice as much for myself. Keep in mind I can’t really see them when they’re on my own wall beside me, but I see her  staring at them ALL THE TIME. She must love my decorations so much. I actually think I saw her looking at them last night and crying a little bit. On an unrelated note they glow in the dark.

Why do I want to be a comedy doctor, you ask? Well, person living inside my brain, I still remember when I was 4 years old. My poor grandpa was in so much pain. He decided to resume his pro wrestling career at the age of 92 to help pay the bills. He was writhing. The comedy doctor showed up, she made us all laugh, and about 2 weeks later my grandpa was given a clean bill of health and he still wrestles to this day! I think he’s facing off against a really buff moose this Sunday. That comedy doctor was such a terrific woman and made it look so easy. It really made me think that one day I can be funny too.

I just can’t stop talking about Lucy though. She and I are already best of friends. It’s really no coincidence either. She has no clue but I actually snuck into the Admissions department here a few months ago disguised as a computer wizard, and told them all to ABRA KA-GET OUT! I sat at their computer and meticulously sorted through every young woman accepted into MMUCMS until I realized that Lucy was the perfect match. She isn’t distracted by boys, she doesn’t have a current best friend (the slot is open for me!), and lastly and most importantly she has a peanut allergy too. That’s what I call magic. And it’s all thanks to me, the computer wizard and soon to be comedy doctor!

Eeee! Let’s get started!