When I head off to San Luis Obispo this upcoming fall, I seriously hope I meet some incredible people and friends. I worry that by leaving, I’ll be setting myself up for difficulty transitioning. I didn’t transition well here, but even here, I at least had my close family. There, I’m on my own.
How is it that I’m 20 years old and have never been anywhere yet? I have had opportunities to go to Australia, Mexico on a cruise, etc etc and somehow or another it just gets slipped through my fingers. I am seeing people travel to Hawaii, New York, England, Italy, Spain, etc and I’m realizing that if I actually save up that I CAN do that too. And I want to. But I want someone to...
People can be so excluding. Sometimes I wish I had better friends.
forever-classyx: Oh my gosh people, be nice to your waiter/waitress, it’s not their fault that your food is cold or if it’s under cooked. Be nice to the cashiers who are still training and can’t ring up your items as quickly as you want. If a stranger smiles and says hello to you, smile and say hello back! It’s just common courtesy, I don’t understand why people have to be so rude.
As much as I hate to admit it, I would like to find a relationship. I’m a very independent girl. I don’t need someone to make me happy. I’m not into that lovey-dovey shit, but when I like someone, I REALLY like them. However, it’s really rare for me to express feelings for someone. And I don’t click with just anyone—almost no one interests me. A big part of me...
hirollin: Viices —
Oh how much we see when we stop waiting for life and start living it.– Daily Haiku on Love by Tyler Knott Gregson (via tylerknott)