Planting the Seed

A little bit inspired to write today because I wanted to take the time to write about someone very important to me. I know that I always here and there mention him and I know some of you might be a little bit tired of hearing it, but I cannot help, but be extremely thankful … More Planting the Seed

The “R” word

Relationships Relationships intrigue me. I cannot emphasize enough how much I’ve learned about myself and what it’s like being in a relationship. Of course, before anyone actually becomes consumed as the It-item, most of us fear becoming something we never wanted to be- the couple that can never be separated. I always loathed the idea … More The “R” word

Jelly

There’s never a “right” time for addressing jealousy. With that being said, I’d like to address the topic. Let’s look at the dictionary definition of it: jeal-ous adjective -feeling or showing envy of someone or their achievements and advantages -feeling or showing suspicion of someone’s unfaithfulness in a relationship -fiercely protective or vigilant of one’s … More Jelly

Breathe of Life

New lifestyle when it comes to approaching relationships and friendships can be beneficial in achieving a more positive outlook for life in general. But what exactly do I know? I understand that there’s a lot of hostility between people that feel like others are being “fake” and what not. In the end, it shouldn’t be … More Breathe of Life

Old&New friends alike

Reaching out to old friends… Nothing urks me more than a non-response from “friends” who don’t acknowledge me “reaching out.” It’s been apparent that some people don’t feel or see that I’m a “true friend.” I figured whether or not distance or time has separated us, “true friendship” disregards all that and unconditional love conquers. … More Old&New friends alike

Cracking the Code

I know I know, I said I’d get some school work done, but we don’t even get enough time in a day to get all the things we need to get things done. And this topic has been itching my mind for quite some time now. After some time of continuous, ridiculous, non-senscial arguments, I … More Cracking the Code