To 2019, You were the sun and the storm combined Clouded by thoughts that don't stand a second chance You were beautiful all along You learned how to rockclimb because there was no other way around the boulders You lifted spirits heavier than the weights at the gym But that's okay, because you still went… Continue reading 2019.
Sometimes I don't understand why I always try to do things the right way. Especially when they don't feel right to me. But I like to think it's because I want to make other people happy. To me, the right way is their way. Never my way. Because my right is wrong. And my wrong… Continue reading Conflicted, lost, but trying.
And all of a sudden, September A.K.A the Wicked Witch of the East was killed by none other than the beautiful month of October. FINALLY!! Mark my words, I will be celebrating the ending of September for the rest of the year. Why you ask? BECAUSE IT WAS ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE. I've had ups and downs… Continue reading Day 278 of 365
There goes August; gone with the wind. But August, "...if you go, where shall I go? What shall I do?" Well, I don't know about you, but I'm gong to indulge in the last bits and pieces of summer September has to offer. In short, August was stunning. I went to two concerts (The Fray at… Continue reading Day 243 of 365
And grades are in! It's official, I completed my first year of college with straight A's. WOW. STRAIGHT A's! If you had told me in high school that in college I'd make it onto the Dean's list, I would have...TOTALLY BELIEVED YOU. For all four years of high school, I kept telling my family I… Continue reading Day 163 of 365
I remember April as if it were yesterday, which is crazy because we’re already a week into May! Oh all the things I have yet to do! These are the goals I will attempt to pursue: Work my running endurance time up to 25 minutes. Try to increase my push-up count to 30. Shed three… Continue reading Day 128 of 365
I was never one to take my time on things. I figured that if I tried my best in the time that I had, then that would always be enough. Well, until I realized it wasn't nor would it ever. In high school, I got decent grades, got involved in sports, volunteered, joined clubs; did… Continue reading Day 68 of 365