I truly believe that all people have potential and value. It might not be a realistic way of viewing humanity, but I really do believe that each person’s life is valueable, even after they’ve screwed it up. I can admit when someone is too far gone to be saved (I don’t mean that religiously), but even… Continue reading Meaning A Lot To Someone Who Means Very Little To You
This is going to sound like an advertisement for a second, but it’s really not. It’s just an observation about the world we live in with Facebook. I have become a slave to Facebook. Many of the people online bother me, but I still use it because it’s one of the easiest ways to stay… Continue reading Getting In Touch With Friends Without Facebook
I live in central Texas where Texans are known for being polite. We usually smile and wave to one another on the streets as we cross paths. We say “yes, ma’am” and are kind to our elders. We hold the door open for each other and help one another out when we’re in trouble. We… Continue reading Is Southern Hospitality Really Sincere?
I’d hate to make anyone older than me feel much older, but I wanted to make a short post about growing up and becoming an adult. I turned 22 on May 19th. At first, my birthday came and went without much thought. This was my very first year that I threw a party and didn’t… Continue reading My New Stage Of Adulthood
When was the moment that you realized the people around you were toxic and you had to make the decision to stop talking to them? How eye opening was that moment? I feel that many people realize these things at different points in their lives. The longer you stay in destructive friendships usually has a… Continue reading Cycled Behavior
Sometimes you just have to do it. I wrote a post a few days ago about friendship called, “I Am Not The One” but today I’m talking about the few jobs I’ve had where people have stayed there for years and have a very close knit community, but I felt it was in my best… Continue reading Moving On