Sunday, June 29, 2014

Friends really are the cure for everything.

Do you ever have those days (sometimes weeks or months) where all you want to do is stay in bed and sleep and maybe watch an episode or ten of your favourite TV show? Well, that's been my life for the last few months. Not only have I been sick - which is very rare - I've also been feeling sad and depressed and there really isn't much I can do to fix it. Except maybe be with my friends. I'm always happiest when I'm with my friends (or my dogs, but I don't want to seem strange to you). we laugh and talk and have a good time. I know they will always be there for me and I love that more than anything. They are important to me and I know people say that you won't be friends with the people you know when you're young, but I want these people to be in my life forever. They encourage me and stop me from doing stupid things (which I do often) and they listen when I really need someone to talk to. Friends are your unofficial family and I love them so much. I am so grateful to have them there for me. We hung out yesterday - which feels like forever since we last did - and it was a lot of fun. We went to the movies and then danced (not in a club, we were playing video games. We're not that cool). And we talked. It was simple but it was exactly what I needed to help me feel a bit better about my life. So, I just wanted to thank my friends for everything they've done and for putting up with someone who's so difficult. It warms my heart, it puts a smile on my face and it makes me feel like the luckiest person in the world.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014


Okay, so today I found out some news. My sister's friend is pregnant. Now, normally I would be happy, but honestly, I'm not. And I'm not a bad person for not being happy, it's just she's not ready to be having a baby right now. Mostly because she's only 19. I have no idea what it is, but lately everyone under the age of 20 has been having babies. I think about fifty of them in the past year have all had babies, and they're still in the age range where their age still has the word "teen" in it. Now, if I'm not mistaken, I think that's horrible. Not to mention that my sister's friend isn't only 19, but she isn't even in a relationship with the father. No, I know that's not important but when you're that young, I think maybe it is. I know how fast people come and go in her life, is he going to be another one? It just angers me because she's the only one working and she isn't even making that much money. I mean, she has to always beg my mum for food. How is she supposed to pay for a baby? She can get a crib and all that stuff from her sisters, but diapers and food and all the other stuff he needs to buy herself, well that's expensive and she can't do that if she can barely feed herself. I even heard her tell my mum that she wasn't ready to have a baby, she was too young. Good, at least she understands that. Hopefully she will do the right thing here and give it for adoption. Maybe have a baby when she's older and has the money to actually take care of it.

Friday, January 10, 2014

Bad Day Gone Better (A Bit)

You know when you wake up in the morning and you just feel like today is going to be a really crappy day? Yeah, I didn't get that feeling when I got fired from my job. I was working all day, doing everything good, and sure, maybe I wasn't the best at it, but I tried hard and I understood 99% of things. Then, about five minutes before my shift ends I get told that I'm fired. Do you even know how horrible that is? And they won't even give me a reason why they fired me. Apparently, they don't have to tell me why which is complete and utter bullshit. Luckily, I didn't cry like everyone else did, but I noticed that the assistant manager couldn't even look at me while I was being fired. Good. I hope she felt bad. Luckily, after that, my mum and I went to the mall and then my sister and her friend invited me to the movies to cheer me up, which it did. So, maybe it wasn't all too bad.