Online arguments are the bane of all human existence. They are also like a train wreck; no matter how much you know you should look away, sometimes you just can't stop reading long comment threads of people fighting and debating and laying their dignity on the line. To my knowledge, approximately zero people have changed … Continue reading 10 Things We Can All Agree On in a Time of So Much Arguing
Valentine's 2009: Went to Pizza Hut on a double date, saw "He's Just Not that into you" and promptly broke off the relationship the next day (got back together 5 days later) Valentine's 2010: Young and in love- Went to a banquet where no dancing was allowed so we just took pictures *As I … Continue reading No Matter Where You Are On Valentine’s Day
Some people wear their heart on their sleeve. I wear my heart in bold on a name tag. I am certain no one has ever looked at me and said, "I just wonder what she's thinking." They already know. Sometimes I forget the proper social order of things and announce how I feel before even … Continue reading Heart on My Name Tag
I don't particularly like the saying, "When God closes a door, He opens a window." As someone who has walked face-first into many of her own doors (both figuratively and literally), I find this line a little depressing. Because my doors have been really pretty. My doors have had some really awesome stuff behind them, just waiting … Continue reading When God Closes a Door, He Can Do More Than Open a Window.
A few weeks ago, I was eating lunch at my desk listening to the hit country song, "Die a Happy Man" on repeat because love music is my kryptonite and silence makes me uncomfortable. If you are not familiar with the song, please click here and enjoy the best 4 minutes of your life. Lunch that day … Continue reading Die a Happy Woman: When You’re Waiting For Something You Don’t Have Yet
I created the first timeline for my life in fourth grade for the Time Capsule project. I still remember the smell of old coffee that seeped from the can my mom let me use from the garage. It was serious business. I had my fourth grade classmates sign pieces of paper and put their LifeTouch … Continue reading Where I Should Be
I have mastered the art of third wheeling. I am in this weird, happy, content stage in my life where I am not actively looking for a relationship and just truly enjoying this part of the journey. I say "weird" because that is weird for me and something I don't think anyone thought would ever … Continue reading Third Wheel Diaries
I am no Gandhi. I have more in common with a hurricane than I do with Gandhi. My natural self is impatient and selfish and ornery and always hungry and prone to complain. I think about my needs and my wants first. I cry over anything or anyone who has wronged me. Irrational and anxious … Continue reading A little bit brighter