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Blog #9- Nonsense

How’s everyone doing? I know it’s a crazy time, but we’re going to get through this together. Make sure to wear your mask and be kind to one another.

It’s crazy to me that I had my blog posts up until this month all planned out and then the pandemic happened and everything just changed. So sorry if this is ranbling but I figured this could just be sort of a catch up/ my thoughts.

I would have been writing to you about my time down the shore with my best friend and her family, but again, that didn’t happen.

So, first I’m back to work now. Have been for a little over a month. I certainly miss that time off, but I knew it wasn’t going to last forever. All I ask is, if you insist on going out during this pandemic, be kind, be patient, and wear a mask. Workers are just as hot and uncomfortable in the masks as you are, and store policies change, but don’t take it out on them please.

I am back to writing more again, so please continue to check out my articles when I get a chance to post them and thank you all for the support and to those who have read them. It means more to me than you know.

This is also a random thought, but do you ever wonder how present you are in other’s lives? How much they think of you. What made me think of this was my childhood crush came into my work the other day, reocgnized me in under my mask and my sweatiness, and said hi. Now, for me that made my entire weekend. I couldn’t stop thinking about it, but was it the same for him.

I wonder sometimes, do people still think of you after they talk to you or when they’re not with you? Did he still think of me when he left the store or was I the only one that was on a high the whole weekend?

Just a thought. Carry on with your day.

I miss concerts. I miss my friends and family. I miss going out to eat. I miss going to the movies, but I know that stuff will all be there when all of this is over.

I hope everyone is staying healthy and safe and being smart. Remember this isn’t a political issue. This isn’t about getting the economy back. This is about saving lives and the betterment of our future.

I love you all and talk to you next month. Hopefully, I’ll have something more interesting to talk about.

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Blog #8- Oh, We’re Halfway There!

2020 is already half over. This has been the slowest fastest year ever. Honestly. Quarantine felt like years, but now looking back at it, we are almost cleebrating July 4th already and are in the midst of Summer.

This year will forever go down in history. Kobe, COVID-19, Black Lives Matter movement, murder hornets, etc. 2020 will not be a year we will forgot for a long time.

Right now, I shouldn’t really be writing this blog. I would have been writing in a few days on my thoughts of the Harry Styles concert I was scheduled to go to on the 26th, but because the world has stopped right now, that won’t be happening until next September now.

This Summer, year, and decade was supposed to be amazing, but at the same time maybe it was what we all needed. Some time to stop, slow down, reflect on how precious life is, how we can do better.

Many people think this whole thing is over, but it’s not. We’re stuck in the middle of it. More cases are popping up, more rallies are happening. We are slowly changing the world.

While the world is in the midst of chaos please, listen to Harry Styles, and treat people with kindness. Going back to work, it is crazy to see how people treat others. Just be kind and make someone’s day.

We will get through this. Hopefully, 2021 will be the roaring 20’s we’ve all hoped for. Just promised me on New Year’s Eve this year, instead of screaming Happy New Year, we will all go outside and scream “Jumanji” so we can end this madness.

I hope everyone is staying safe. Lots of love and light.

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Blog #5- No One Likes You When You’re 23

Well, I am not longer feeling 22, I am however, happy, free, confused and lonely at the same time. Haha.

As I celebrate my 23rd birthday today, I want to reflect on the past year. I met some of my favorite “Big Brother” contestants, graduated from college, saw Derek Hough, the JONAS BROTHERS, and Shawn Mendes live, applied to be on “Big Brother,” got a new cat, went down the shore, saw “Mean Girls Live,” and spent the year with family and friends.

Even though we are stuck in this weird time right now, I hope that when this whole thing blows over, and I can go outside today, that 23 will the year that I am happy. It doesn’t matter if I don’t accomplish all of my goals, I have my whole life to to do that. I just want to be happy.

So, hopefully, people will like me now that I’m 23.

Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy during this time. Cheers!