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this is the good year.
18 February 2012 @ 07:23 am

I woke up this morning to a wonderful text from my best friend, my cat purring by my head, my parents in the kitchen talking quietly, my room the perfect temperature and comfy. last night i had two other friends help me ring in my birthday in my pajamas in my room.

burst into tears.

I don’t know why. I’m one of those people that think if you’re going to say why me when bad things happen to you, you should also say why me when wonderful things happen also.

who am I to have had a week like this? who am I to be able to live eighteen years and never have to worry about any sort of real issues? who am I to have these wonderful, beautiful friends and family who love me exactly as I am?

this isn’t fair to everyone else, that my life should be so wonderful, ha. I love it, right now. I love it so much. like that line in the song “I’m so full of love, it deeply sickens me.” but this isn’t sickening its amazing.

I don’t think I’ve ever burst into tears because I felt too many good feelings at once before, but this is awesome.

If you’re reading this, i love you.

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this is the good year.
14 December 2011 @ 09:10 am
Well, good morning. I should be at school right now, but I think I'm gonna pull a late arrival and just show up for second and third period. Don't really phase me. 

I've been having a string of good days. I don't know how or why, but I have been. 
I should vlog about it. ;) but I think for now I'll just write it down.

Yesterday was good. I went to school, didn't really do much there, because it was an A day. School really is a joke for me, it's terrible. And then after I was alone for a bit, but then Trevor, Charmara, and Tiff came over. We didn't really do anything, just sat around on the couch and watched like four episodes of South Park. I never knew how funny that show was until a month ago.. I feel like I could have been such a funnier person for having watched it for a few years. 

After I took Tdog and Charmara home to change, Tiffany and I went to her house and smoked a cigarette, just chilling, talking. It was nice, she's really cool. It looks like she's going to become one of my close friends. We are like twins, I swear. We say the same comments, think the same things are funny, like the same random useless shit, like Daria. She is adorable. I don't know. Someday soon I'll have to sit down and write a post about every single one of my friends, but that would be such a haard process. I've spent more time with them than my family for years now. 

And we had the band concert, boring as fuck. Afterwards we went to Braums because I wanted peppermint ice cream, and we stole our ice cream haha. She handed it to us and we walked out. Funny shit. Good times. Yay. 

I don't know. Good days. I think today will be a good day also. I hope so. Nick and I are gonna watch Glee after school, and then once he finishes working out I think we are going to go see New Year's Eve. Yay, lea michele <3
this is the good year.
05 December 2011 @ 09:13 pm
  • sometimes your mom just wants to talk to you
  • even if you’re bad at math and your brother knows you’re bad
    at math, you’re still obligated to help him, older sister
  • new hobbies can teach you a lot about yourself
  • it’s okay to start over sometimes
  • just because you have something mean to say, you shouldn’t say it
  • support means a lot more than the jokes
  • if you pretend to be happy, you might as well be
  • some days, your confidence is infectious
  • thinking about things that aren’t real is dangerous
  • sleep really isn’t that important
  • new keyboards suck
  • when you lose friends, you lose pieces of yourself
  • if you want to, you can be the best one out there
  • blogging is healthy
  • music is important
  • you should always tell people how much you love them
    it won’t lose meaning and it won’t be stupid
    the second it is, it’s not worth it
  • when your friends are successful, you should be grateful
    not jealous
  • when you ask how people’s days were, be genuine
    care about the answer.