"All around me are familiar faces; worn out places, worn out faces. Bright and early for their daily races; going nowhere, going nowhere."
— Michael Andrews & Gary Jules
- 6 months ago
"And these children that you spit on as they try to change their worlds, are immune to your consultations. They’re quite aware of what they’re going through."
— David Bowie
- 7 months ago
- 9 months ago
I know that people change as they get older; interests change, people find themselves, etc. Looking back, I’ve changed dramatically as the years have gone by; I’m no different than anyone else. With all the recent happenings in my life, though, it’s becoming more and more difficult to accept said fact. I miss the times I had with my now ex boyfriend; we’re on extremely good terms which is most fantastic, but it’s sad to think that time was the factor that separated us. I grew into a different person, and so did he. To have to separate yourself from what you used to have with someone is incredibly difficult. Maybe it’s more so difficult for me mainly because he was my first “real” boyfriend. I hate having to see that all disappear, nevertheless. Not only this, but college is almost here, and nearly all of my friends are leaving for their selected colleges. Normally, this wouldn’t be a big deal, but the friends that I’ve come to trust the most are also the farthest away from home, where I’ll be (yay for Community Colleges). I know that there are definite ways of keeping in touch with each other but, none of that compares to actually being with them (obviously). We’ve made so many memories together, and now that will be at halt. They’ll meet new people, I’ll meet (but most likely not acquaint with) new people, and we will have to rely on breaks to even see each other again. I feel like with all of the loss of connections, I’ll won’t have anyone to rely on for the next couple of years until I leave my college of choice. Just feeling a little down, lost, and confused; I feel like I’m losing so many things in my life and it’s happening all too quickly. I can’t keep up with time.
- 9 months ago
"For it was not into my ear you whispered, but into my heart. It was not my lips you kissed, but my soul."
— Judy Garland
- 1 year ago