They say, “Time Heals All Wounds,” but they, whoever they are- aren’t necessarily true or maybe have not experienced certain situations. This saying may apply to some things in life, but not all.
I thought about you today, but that is nothing new.
You are so easy to think about. You’re the first person I think of when something bad happens, and the first person I think of when something good happens. I guess that’s because you used to be the first person I would tell anything and everything too. You were, that person- you were my person.
It’s that time of year again… The time where pumpkin is almost included in any beverage or food item, the nights are darker, football is the sport of the season, and most importantly- the change of leaves are happening right before your eyes.
To help you celebrate, here is a bucketlist of activities for the fall:
Ask Stephy: “I just moved to a new state but I feel like I am unhappy. But I’m not sure if I should give it more of a chance or try something else? The only thing is I’m not sure where else to go.”
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People need to realize that everyday you should be loved, not just on a birthday, or specific holiday.
There’s birthdays, confirmations, graduations, holidays, and more. But it’s only on your birthday that you get the appraisal of “hey this day is about you and happy birthday.” We are all humans, and humans need reassurance and gratification not just one day a year, or on the “important days.”
I thought about you last week- but that’s nothing new. I thought about you yesterday- but how can i not? You’re so easy to think of, but so hard to live without.
Hey, you reading this. Guess what time it is? It’s time to focus on YOU.
Take this note with an open heart, open mind, and realize that you are currently the young of the bunch. You have the GI Generation: (born between 1901-1926), the Mature Generation (born between 1927-1945), the Baby Boomers Generation (born between 1946-1964), the X Generation (born between 1965-1980), the Millenniums Generation (born between 1981-2000), and then you all- born after 2001- our Generation Z.
Nothing is more exciting than getting that call or email back from 1 out of the 200 jobs you have applied for in the past two weeks. The excitement is so thrilling, it runs through your body. But, there’s nothing worse than getting the email that says, “Dear, ____ We appreciate your application and thank you for your interest in applying, but…”
Ah, yes.. as the saying goes- “I wish I was in my twenties again.” But, do you really?
This monumental time in your life where you have no idea who you are, no idea where you are going, no idea what you are doing- it’s wonderful.