this is just a random thought that i felt that i should throw out there. as much as i say how frustrating teaching can be, i absolutely LOVE it. the stress, the yelling, the dealing with attitudes, and everything else is so worth it when i see progress in my kids. when i get excited about things like that it makes my kids excited. the expression on their faces when they know that they’re doing good and that they feel like their doing good is absolutely PRICELESS.
i honestly don’t know what i would do without dancing. can we all agree that i wouldn’t be me if i did dance? I THINK SO! dancing has not only taught me how to move my body to the beat of the music in a cool looking way, but it’s taught me so much about life, love, inspiration, myself, and actually living in the moment.
ah, i’m always redundant with this phrase, but I LOVE MY LIFE! <3
i’m not saying this for any specific reason. nothing happened recently that’s going to dramatically change my future or anything. i’m just excited :] simple as that. i’m excited to find out what i’ll be doing in 10 years, who i’ll become, who i’ll marry, where i’ll be, and etc! ahhh the future is so mysterious :] the suspense is killling me!
so right now, i’m just doing my own thang! focusing on what is important & blowing off the petty stuff that’ll only put my energy to waste. JOIN ME! cause i graduated in 2009 & it’s definitely 2011 right now… WE ARE NOT IN HIGH SCHOOL ANYMORE. we are grown ass men & woman who can handle our own shit! :] goodnight & sweet dreams. <3
One of them almost died today cause she ran out and almost got hit my my Korean neighbor’s car, and then the other just chewed up my loofa bear that I got for Christmas from a friend-____-! wahhhhh. Bad girls.
It’s unfortunate, but sometimes love just isn’t enough to produce and/or maintain a relationship. Despite this, we have been socially conditioned to believe otherwise. We think that if the potential for love is there, it can grow and everything will be fine. And sometimes this is the cause, but we can’t always expect to be this exception. We look past the red flags, the clear cut signs that tell us “No.” and instead choose to walk on the frail tightrope that is hope. What we don’t see is that hope is only efficient when it supplements reality, not when it operates solely.
I’m not telling you to not work for the things you want, but I’m asking that you realize when you are not getting what you deserve. To realize that sometimes letting go is better than fighting for and never lose sight of your self-worth. When time becomes hard and you find yourself bending in ways you know you shouldn’t, remember these things. The moment you forget to put yourself first is the moment you settle.
“When you come to the edge of all the light you have, and you must take a step into the darkness of the unknown, believe that one of two things will happen to you—either there will be something solid for you to stand on or you will be taught how to fly.”—Patrick Overton
they’ve been happening left and right! thank you to everyone who has taken the time to sit down and talk to me. you’ve given me some mind stimulation, you’ve enlightened me, given me some new perspectives, said the things that my heart was too afraid to say out loud, and most importantly, you’ve inspired me. <3 thank you thank you thank you.