Redlands High School

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Recent Posts

Subject: Re: Recycle?

Forum: Recycle?
Hi Cheyenne,

I lived in Seattle for four years before moving across the water for school. We recycle like crazy in the city proper... outside the city it's a bit more relaxed but I'm stuck in the full-on recycle mode. It doesn't take much effort to recycle and compost and it does so much good. I think doing both those things could be a great resolution!

We compost and feed worms in a little farm we have in the backyard. That's cool too, maybe you could have some pet worms like us! :)


Thanks for reading,

Luna

Subject: Re: What turns you on in other person?

Forum: What turns you on in other person?
Hey Sammy!

Dominance is a huge turn-on for me, in men. I value intelligence as well, in both women and men. Women specifically I love to be tall, and have a great smile. I think for all genders and anything in-between a person with honor and kindness in their heart is essential.


Thanks for readin',

Luna

Subject: Re: Extrovert of Introvert?

Forum: Extrovert of Introvert?
Hi Dakine,

I find that I'm an extroverted-introvert. I prefer to spend my time alone or in the presence of my small, close-knit circle. But, when in a new environment, I can mimic the other person, like you do. I also make it a point to talk as little as possible. People love to talk about themselves and I make it easy by asking them inquisitive questions. Seems to go well. :)


Thanks for reading,

Luna

Subject: Re: Meaningless Advice...?

Forum: Meaningless Advice...?
Hey There,

I find that some people (especially those you don't know very well) will give advice simply to hear the sound of their own voice. It's fairly easy to spot. I think friends who mean well sometimes also think their way is the right way, when I may not agree, so it can go in one ear out the other. Advice should always be taken with a grain of salt anyway.



Thanks for reading,

Luna

Subject: How do you make friends on campus?

Forum: How do you make friends on campus?
Hey CNet!

Happy Wednesday! Fresh start and ringing in the new quarter, all at once. :)

Today was my second day in college, and I'm already feeling sorta excited about the potential friends. Although, I'm a bit older than most high school grads that are in my classes. I'm worried that I won't be able to find many mature people my age that I like to spend time with on campus.

So, how did you go about making friends when you first started at college?


Thanks for reading!

-Luna