My message to all students of all kinds: Take care of yourself and your well being and mental capacity. Don't skip out on things that mean the most to you or that will become something of importance. Because then maybe you might just realize that the one thing you missed could have been part of your identity.
As they walk away the estranged feeling of two strangers strained of stressors Connected by the energy by one another that they are missing The steady pace Steady existence of finding inner peace within chaos Enlightenment begins as the shadows rise with the sun The beat of their steps synchronized with the paplitations of the … Continue reading This Delicate Place
Okay, I know it's kind of late to be writing this ... actually it's never too late. So what happened in May? Well lets just say I murdered my finals and got the best outcome that I could. I got good grades, just not the grades that I wanted. I was so close to making … Continue reading Murder May !
This was a mad week before the mad weekend even began. Reflecting back on the weekend I've learned a lot about myself, people, my dreams, and goals. I felt burning out, but something told me to hold on to the plans I had for myself to accomplish. It was easy to catch the feeling of … Continue reading March Madness Weekend 2
I never had a good relationship with my mother. I could never say the heart-felt things that other girls said about their mothers. But this weekend had made me realize how amazing my mom is, well okay, she's still amazing because she deals with my craziness too. Besides that, attending the Woman's leadership retreat made me realize that I too have a mother I can say I am proud to be the daughter of.
2/17/17 "1:14 am" I never knew how hard it could be to write one of my blogs. I thought I came to peace with "Waiting For Me". I was beginning the dream before I realized I was digging too deep. I became scared again. I triggered myself. I couldn't get myself to continue to the … Continue reading Waiting For Me – thoughts
I came back to a town I dreaded for the first time. Dewy, gray, wet, windy, and cold. I looked outside my car door with such resentment. As I leaned my head onto the car door window I was hoping to see the sun shine and smile on Kenwood Ave. I could feel the sorrow … Continue reading Enlightenment