Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Hope That Something Good Can Last
Hello there! First off, I need to appologize for my blogging absence lately (mostly this weekend). I've been going crazy with homework, and this weekend I really had too much to do to focus on much else. I'm really hoping that with break being in three weeks things will calm down and get to be a bit more normal.
Secondly, I had a whole post typed up and ready to go for today. But I just can't post it. I was feeling rather upset today, moping about various things, and I channelled all of that into a post. Then, though, I took these silly, happy pictures and things started to turn around a bit. So, I decided to take my negatives and turn them into positives. In the other post, I complained about something that I often get upset over. I find it really hard to meet people and make new friends. I've had trouble finding people to connect with since I was little (though I've made some friends along the way who I dearly care about), mainly because I'm a bit different. Every now and then, this all comes to a head and I start to wonder if there's something wrong with me, if I should change. Maybe then my life would be a bit easier. Then, I come around though. I'm not like most people my age. I don't drink, I love good (old) music and past decades, I try so hard not to hurt anyone and to care for as many people as I can. It's hard to meet people I really connect with. But, I'm happy with who I am, and I wouldn't want to be any other way. These attributes about myself that are truly unique are a blessing, not a curse. Yes, they may make it more difficult for me to make friends, but when I find new people who really connect with me, doesn't that make it all the more precious?
Sweater, boots: Urban Outfitters