As a child you thought that number sounded ancient. You didn't realize that you wouldn't this adult age. You didn't know you’d still think the 1987?s happened nor did you believe that time really does speed up as you age.
What a year the last one has been. Major things have been going on, BIG life lessons have been learnt. New dreams, dreads, worries and plans have been realized. I wanted to take a moment to thank you for everything you have done, been and ever will be. You were the year that changed my life, and I know that it can only improve and get better with age.
I learned a lot about yourself during this year. I learned that you am brave enough to start anything. I learned the value of commitment, and I learned a lot about communication and love. I learned that you are much braver than I think. You are stronger now than you have ever been.
I learned that with a little support and a lot of love from your friends, family and Bebe, you can get anywhere. AND I learned that even without the support and the love, manifesting a positive attitude and putting dreams into actions will help you achieve any dream. Life is all about God, family and dreams at the moment. Seeing you getting older is fun when it is done with awesome people.
In the next few years as you creep toward the milestone of early-thirties, you will think and feel and do things that right now you are unwaveringly convinced you will not.
Right now, you are so sure of yourself in the same way a tiny toddler is sure they can reach the cookie jar. Boisterous and confident. You know yourself. But, so many of the elements of yourself that you’re omniscient about will only become transient. You’ll realize that you are fragile and sensitive and emotional. You’ll realize that you are fun-loving and relaxed. You’ll be really flattered when your coworkers compliment you on your laugh. You’ll grow to love that laugh and how it fills…
You can't smoke in a hospital room. Abel meets Hayli in on a flight of stairs as he tries to get away from the dull four walls of his hospital room, bumping into another patient Abel finds comfort in talking about his most insecure trait with a stranger.
the laws that hold america's democracy together are most ironically, at least in my opinion becoming it's own demise. during the colonial period, people who flexed fact to suite their opinion where never rightly justified for the most part. but now as you notice, especially with statements created by donald trump are being "called out" for the falsified statement that he believes as fact. even if he were to be joking, some of his supporters are using traversibility to overlook if it is fact or if it were to be opinion. i just seem to find that a statement of a comical reasons.
Who am I? I am a girl. But what does that really mean? To some people, being a girl is like being dainty, flawless, beautiful, and weak. Being a girl isn’t about that. Being a girl is what you were born like. It doesn’t limit anything else.