Me, the last two mornings. Waking up early enough for making full-on coffee, eggs, toast, oj breakfasts. At first I thought it was Waefer sleeping with me… which actually makes nights easier and more restful. But I could just be getting used to my 8-5 life. Oh! And getting rather fair amount of hours compared to usual. Now if ONLY I would keep this up…at least enough to throw in some yoga or something
I’m excited for having no plans this weekend, because I’m free. Last weekend was perfection and it involved 7 hours of cleaning my very, very hopeless bedroom. I’ve been trying to do this since I graduated in December.
An enormous thanks to David for owning that shit. You’re amazing and you even do a lot of things you say will.
13 years later, and the wounds are still fresh for many people. Always remember, Sept. 11, 2001. May the souls of those we lost rest in peace.
Lunch was lovely because I biked to boyfriend’s and ordered tacos on the way there and we watched three episodes of Californication.
Treat every day as if it were an adventure, because it honestly is.
As tempting as keeping yourself grounded is, I’d have to argue that safe isn’t always better. Why stick to the ground when the sky is so broad? Limitless. If nothing in life is for certain, why not expect the better? We can’t control everything that happens to us but we can dictate what our attitude towards situations will be. Downfalls will be inevitable, but getting back up will be a lot easier if instead of beating yourself up about it, you remind yourself that trees shed their leaves in order to grow, too.
And yes, at some point we all fall down, but maybe the fall was just what you needed to remind yourself to look up.