DOESN’T MATTER IF I’M (pause) YOUNG. I’ll make my own decisions. Muahaha watch.
I’ll love you forever. Let’s get some shoez. I’ll pick you up. Maybe.
Day 1: A few things you will never forget in 2011.
- Tru-Definition 10-11
- HHI 2011
- Filming my first Project Genesis video
- The creation of FYSH in da C and discovering ABG
- My sixteenth birthday
- Giving up social networking for lent
- changes. changes. and more changes.
- Teaching at SODM!
- My sister moving to San Francisco
- Considering running away to SF shortly after
- Making it onto Breakthrough 11-12
- VIBE JRS. 2011
- Unexpected good-byes
- Being emotional unstable
- Learning to drive
- Getting my license
- I know there’s more to this but I’m too lazy to continue listing…
Day 2: Relationship(s).
I’ve never been in a real/serious one except for being in a relationship with my Lord and Savior.
Day 3: The best day.
Probably any day I spent performing, rehearsing, or bonding with my teammates.
Day 4: The worst day.
November 27th, 2011.
Day 5: The most memorable moment.
Any listed above.
That’s nice and all and it’s not like I don’t appreciate it… But my parents didn’t even ask me what I wanted. I don’t want anything big or expensive at all. I think I just want something stupid like to spend a day somewhere else with the people I love. But this money? It doesn’t really mean anything to me. I guess it goes with that whole saying that money can’t buy happiness.
one time a guy compared me to summer from (500) days of summer and i was just really put off by it
I never really know what I want for Christmas. I think I want something abstract that you can’t just go out and buy. I’m not really sure what I’m getting at. I think I’d just like to be happy for a little.
like so many others, it’s probably one of my favorite novels. beautifully written. Salinger captures that ambivalence between entering adulthood and letting go of innocence perfectly. there’s something about Catcher and Perks that sums up so many questions I’ve had about myself and why things are the way they are. it all seems vague, but I think it takes the right type of person to fully appreciate the book.
I know it’s over quoted, but there’s definite reasoning behind it. You have to read it at the right time of your life. Or even if it’s not the right time, it’ll remind you of a certain time period. I think it’s so popular because it is so relatable. There’s nothing complicated about the book, it’s just beautiful. The whole book is basically the thoughts you could never express. Like the line, “And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.” You’ve all seen it/heard it, and I never thought I could describe that feeling. When I read perks, I finally knew how to describe it. It’s just the little things.
so I finally finished reading the copy of Perks that Chantal let me borrow. Evidentally, I just feel so bittersweet about it. I’m glad I read it at this time in my life. I really am. I even put off reading the last parts just because I didn’t want the book to end. But I think the best part about reading this book is how much it made me realize what kind of person I really am. Chantal said it perfectly: The whole book is basically the thoughts you could never express. And the funny thing is whenever I wanted to mark a page where I read a line that gave me a whole other perspective, I realized Chantal already marked that same page. That’s the thing with my best friend; I can relate to her even when she’s not here. It’s weird how much a little book can make you think. It really is.