Hey!! So this one has been in my drafts for awhile, because I wasn’t really sure if I should do it, but I’m posting this so we all know I did decide to do it. YAYAYAYAY!!!!!
Here are your rules:
- Mention the person who tagged you
- List about 10+ songs that describe 10+ books
- Tag 5+ bloggers for this post
Song to Book
Same Old Love by Selena Gomez = Unforgiven by Lauren Kate
Teddy Bear by Melanie Martinez
cancer by twenty one pilots
Hello by Adele
Pity Party by Melanie Martinez
Sippy Cup by Melanie Martinez
Tag, You’re It by Melanie Martinez
Carousel by Melanie Martinez
Heroes (We Could Be) by Alesso ft. Tove Love
We Don’t Talk Anymore by Charlie Puth ft. Selena Gomez
Titanium by David Guetta ft. Sia
Just Like Fire by P!nk
Don’t Let Me Down by The Chainsmokers ft. Daye
the person I am tagging is @frogblot
For those of you who only knew Michael Jackson as the washed up, deformed, crazy pedophile with his own amusement park, you should know that at one time he was the most famous entertainer in the world. Not because he was nuts — he wasn’t, back then but because the world thought he was goddamned amazing to watch. What we’re saying is, in spite of all the other weirdness and chaos surrounding his crazy life, MJ’s vocal talent was undeniable.
Hey, speaking of voices, did you ever notice how Michael’s voice never really changed?
Here he is at about age 11, singing like an angel sent from Jesus above. And again at 15, same tenor. And here he is at age 22 … his speaking voice is almost higher The point is, maybe, just maaaayyyybe all the parts about Michael Jackson that made us uncomfortable had a biological cause. Unfortunately, we’ll never know. But wouldn’t it be nice to pretend, even for just a moment, that everything that happened after Off the Wall wasn’t really Michael’s fault?
Recently someone (a guy) asked me how was I still single, because I seem really cool. This isn’t the first time I’ve been asked. I find guys ask this because they think it’s a compliment, maybe they think I’ll gush and fall for them. But this isn’t the way to impress me or get my attention. I can’t recall a single boy asking me this question. And I find it hard to believe that men get asked this question often.
It got me thinking anyway. When people ask this question I feel it implies that the only reason someone can be single is because a “suitor” hasn’t chosen to be with them. Nothing to do with our choices. I’ll be honest it does make you think “Wait why am I single? What’s wrong with me?” And so I came up with some reasons why I’m single. You can pick one or all of them, because they’re all true (at some level).
Why am I single? Because:
- I want to be
- I have high expectations
- Of wrong choices I have made with men
- Of mistakes I’ve made
- I find it hard to trust
- I haven’t found ‘the one’
- I haven’t found someone I can put up with
- I haven’t found someone who loves horror as much as me
- I haven’t found someone who loves me enough
- I haven’t found someone who’s not a massive dickhead
- I fear commitment
- I’m not emotionally or mentally stable enough right now for a relationship
- I’m too young to settle down
- I’m too old to waste time on fuckboyz
- I’m still trying to get my own life together without worrying about another person too
- I sometimes don’t have enough time to shower and eat never mind have to put time in with another person
- I like flirting and enjoy my little crushes
- I can’t commit to owning a dog right now never mind a human
- Of my friends who are in horrible relationships
- I don’t put up with shit anymore
So there we are. Some reasons why I’m single right now. Maybe next time a guy asks me I’ll send them this list and see if they’re still interested haha!
on Thursday we have a CED (curriculum involvement day) in town and its cold and winter we are wondering if st Albans needs to be rebranded like London or LA and by asking people questions but I hate talking to strangers but everyone in Starbucks knows me so if I get a anxiety attack I can talk to on of the staff and buy Starbucks till I am ready to go out side again
the moral is talk to someone when you need to
There seems to always be a guarantee in life that change will come about, but how do we embrace change and how do we as an individual will promote change to help others by giving a certain value and take a very first step that leads to a better change?
We’ve all learned that change is good and change is the only constant in this life.
But as often as we hear it, a lot of us are still struggling with it. Why? Because most of us is being controlled by extreme antipathy for change. But how on earth that most of us would hate a certain change instead of encompassing it with understanding and be thankful for change has arrived? Because when a sudden change has landed on our comfort zone, it upends our comfort levels, leaving us insecure and afraid. It challenges us in all ways, from our expectations, routines our understanding of the world and how we live in it for good.
You’re cool. Yes, you are even if you or your classmates or family think you are not. You are so cool that you are even thinking about how cool you are in the scale between not cool and coolest.
You feel for others. Even when you have your own problems consuming you, you are always there to listen to others because you feel their suffer, their sorrow, their despair.
You overdose yourself with overthinking. You could be thinking about your first love and still question every angle of what you did wrong and convince yourself the break up was your fault.
You read books and articles about life even when your friends tell you that there is no time for reading when you’ve got lots of parties and drama to deal with. You don’t care though, so you roll your eyes, stay home and read, and then you read some more. You get consumed in the words of that new writer you begin to love or in that writer you have read for years and still don’t understand how do they write so well. You learn about aspects of life you never intend to but thank the books for teaching you.
You are great.
You are amazing.
You are everything.
You are so cool.
I know you want to fit in society’s expectations and even though you don’t need to, you can. Just please don’t stop doing what you love for them. Going to parties and having lots of friends doesn’t make you “cool”. Being who you truly are is what really makes you cool.
Stay you, because being yourself is the new cool.
today I sat down to door my work and the mouse don’t work and I swap it with one that dos and some kid walks in and tells me to move that’s my set so to stop beef I move he then said give back the mouse and I say no ok I have had enough of you so don’t even he then threatens me and says he will punch me in the face and I say nothing miss dine walks in and sees this and stops the beef and he is giving me dirty looks