I'm guilty, I've been making the same mistake over and over for the past few months. In the back of my mind I know better than to, but yet I still go ahead and dive for it. Silly me, I know tricks are for kids, but I still fall for it. Everytime.
So today, I'm telling myself and all of you that I refuse to make this same mistake one more time. It's about time I learned.
It's funny the different things you learn to appreciate as you get older.
-time spent with my family; when I was a teenager I definitely hated this
-time spent w/my siblings without any disputes; it's rare, but we're getting better at spending time together and not arguing over stupid things, but I think it has a lot to with the fact that I've learned to bite my tongue as the big sister and just let them say and do whatever they please
-mom's home cooked meals; it wasn't until I moved out to another state and ate meals at restaurants that didn't even come close to tasting like mom's
-having a close knit of friends; I'm a social butterfly and I know lots of people, but it wasn't until recently where I've realized having close friends that you can count on one hand is 1000x better than being affiliated with a bajillion people. and you'd think most people would realize this sooner?
-Minnesota; again, I didn't grow an appreciation for my home until I moved to another state, another crappy boring state.
-lists; how easy it is to write and how easy it is to read for you lazy readers.
-time spent at home; i used to be this person who hated staying at home, I'd keep myself as busy as possible so I wouldn't have to be caught here unless I was sleeping or showering. But now the time spent here is nice, just lonely at times cause everyone in my family are workaholics.
Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile