Video games, cosplay, my life, and my annoying laugh.
So I recently started posting my written works on Wattpad, and I figured that it would be cool to see how many views I could get on my “story” called Compilation. Basically it’s just a compilation of different short stories, all roughly an 8x10 page long. So for anyone who wants to take a look, enjoy, but no pressure. They’re all quick reads that *should* take less than 5 minutes. However I won’t guarantee that because I know “everyone is different”.
Edit: The link is now on the side, along with my Instagram.
So it’s been a few years since I last got on tumblr, and I think I could actually give this a realistic shot. To update you more about me,because it has been a while, I am now 20 years old with my first smartphone! I live in the heated Arizona desert, but I plan to be moving soon within the next few years. As always, I like to think about random things and post pictures of things that I find interesting. This is my blog after all. So hello to tumblr people, and I hope you can find at least a marginal amount of entertainment from my grey matter. 😁
They say that the people we hate are actually the people that we love. Because we hate them so much, we actually show that we have feelings of some sort for them still. So if I’m feeling a deep disappointment in the person you’ve become, does that mean that I still have feelings for you?
Now I am a freshman college student, and I’ve been going to school since last Thursday. Here are some of the differences I’ve noticed between high school and college.
Of course there are some similarities too, some of which I may have inadvertently covered in my differences section.
There are just some things in the world that people should not be allowed to do. First off, when you are a parent and you express constantly this body language and air about yourself that you want NOTHING to do with your children then you are not allowed to randomly start calling shots as a parent.
When you are a parent and you randomly decide that you want to leave and don’t tell anyone, you are being not only an awful parent but also completely selfish towards your children.
When you are a parent and decide that your happiness is more important than your own children’s then I am sorry sweetie but you aren’t really a parent.
Being a parent isn’t about giving birth or “making” the baby. It’s about all the things that come afterward. It’s about going to dance recitals and football games, ballet classes and being there for the first day of school. Parent’s aren’t the ones who buy all the food, they are the ones that sit in the kitchen with their kids making the food TOGETHER. Parent’s are definitely not the people who spend thousands on a babysitter, but actually genuinely enjoy spending time with their children. Whether it’s finding out what fad their teenage daughter is into right now or how their son is doing in school, those are the things that parents just don’t let slip by.
Parent’s are people, mothers and fathers in the world that want to let their children know that no matter what happens to them in their lives, whether they screw up really badly or succeed, they will always be there for them to cheer them on and congratulate them when they do well, or help them back on the right track when they may have diverted.
The hardest thing I think that a parent has to do however, is let their children live their own lives. It’s easy to want the best for your children although here in America some of us would doubt that. It’s easy to send them to a “good school” for a “good education” and be the best mom or dad that you can be. However, it’s when you have to let a child make a mistake that you can foresee and have them learn from it that parenting becomes the hardest. Everything in a real parent’s heart makes them want to keep their children away from that, but they know that if they never experience it then they will never learn.
So while yes, you can give birth to a child (which good for you, you can procreate!) it takes a lot more to be a mom or dad, and even more to be a parent. I won’t judge circumstances, but to all you wonderful young women and ladies out there know that being a mom isn’t always everything. As a wise man once said:
"There is a time and place for everything. But not now." ~Prof. Oak
Sixpence None the Richer
There is often that person that brings about a sense of nostalgia just by talking to them. When you speak to them in the many ways that society has for us to communicate, you get this feeling as if you are so much older than you were when you last talked with them. For some it may be their parents who they haven’t talked to in a long time. Others may find it’s an old flame, or a friend who was lost in the changing tides of time. No matter who it may be, I would like to impress on those who read this one thing. This person if they bring about this feeling… it means that at one point in your life you depended on them, trusted them, and may have even cared more than you thought physically possible. They were a significant part of your life. The “nostalgic” feeling you get when you talk to them is just your heart responding to them. It knows more than your brain is able to comprehend, and it is shedding tears at the fact that you must say goodbye again. Even if you hate them now, or hated them before. If you can’t imagine ever loving them or caring about them, this nostalgic feeling is evidence of your growth as a person, which they were very lucky to be a part of.