In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Enough Is Enough.”
This is just one of my many experiences where I’ve ended up fighting on… Stubbornly may I say too.
So once upon a time, I liked this girl… a lot. We talked a lot and liked each other a lot too. So I ended up asking her out, but she had her doubts.
She felt that she didn’t want to be “hurt” again. So I told her I would never hurt her.
She said she was worried about what other people think. So I told her why should we care about other people when it’s about me and you?
She said she was afraid to love again after her previous relationship. So I said, don’t let your past burden your future or you’ll be stuck there.
etc etc etc
In the end, we went into a relationship. It was brilliant and I loved everything second of it until her heart had a change of mind.
Then it ended. Pain and misery then rained on my parade.
I kept trying to keep it together and I tried so hard too but I could already see the end. I fought to win her and I fought to keep her… All for a chance.
If asked whether I would do it again I would say yes.
That’s right. YES.
I realised that, if you don’t try then you just won’t know and she wasn’t the one for me. Take a lesson from all the bad in your life experiences. Learn from it.
Some determination within lyrics! There’s nothing that can’t be done. Aim for your goals.
Beatles – All You Need Is Love
Enjoy your day
Apologies for my inconsistent posting. Having injured my left arm and wrist, I have been finding it difficult to type and find it hopeless to type with one hand – especially if I had a lot to say… Unfortunately, I don’t have much to say. I just fancy writing for the hell of it.
It’s also a struggle to play the guitar, which I love doing! I’ve been playing everyday whether it is an hour long jam or five minutes. So not being able to play is annoying me slightly.
On the upside, I have done a lot of thinking. You know when you’re under the shower, or sat on a bus, or even that hours before you actually get to sleep; you just think and well, just deep think about stuff.
So the stuff I have been thinking about is the future. I wouldn’t recommend over thinking it but just plan some stuff. So for me, I have decided to put my travelling aspirations on hold. At least until I have got a job after university and perhaps find someone to travel with. Another factor is, If I am going to travel, then I want to do it properly, like one of the other bloggers I have read on here 🙂 there’s no point in doing something half hearted.
For the mean time, I am going to get a temporary job before heading back to uni.Ssave some cash, buy a car, and just keep busy. And right now, it’s looking good. My friend is giving me a helping hand and I just hope that I get a job. I also think I need to worry less, and in order for me to do that is to stop over thinking… it’s not good to over think.
Also, If there is something you want in life… something you want but do not need. Go get it. Do it yourself and get it. Why? because it’s worth it. Don’t get other people to get you what you want. Do it yourself.
So lessons to be learnt:
1. Take care of your body, because your body will take care of you.
2. Want something? then go get it.
ta ta for now
So, I have a slight dilemma. To get a car or not to get a car? that is one of my many questions. One other question is To travel or not to travel? and finally, why are my parents so controlling?
My situation is that I have taken a gap year from university to do stuff. Stuff that I’ve always wanted to do or opportunities to do new things, however I feel as if I am anchored and chained down…
So… From my previous post Stress Buster: Part II, This final post are a few ways as to how I deal with stress – both bad and good ways. For me, one way to relief the mind is to distract it from the thing you are stressed about. I’m not saying completely forget about it, but merely take a break, then ease your way back to reality.
So here is my list:
It’s clear everyone goes through stress. It is a natural process that humans go through. Stress is the human body’s natural response to any change in the environment that requires an action, reaction, or adjustment to what’s normal, and because of this, you may get a sense of being overwhelmed.
So, following my previous post Stress Buster: Part I, What stresses me out the most?
My Most Common Stressful Situations
Stress… Who needs it? The world would be a better place without it in my opinion but being a hypocrite and contradict that I am, sometimes we need stress to build upon our character and to better ourselves or benefit us – And we need to understand this otherwise we’ll become overly stressed too easily.
In a little more detail, abcnews.go.com explain the following:
So, upon my absence from blogging I did manage to achieve something… My driving licence! Yep, that’s right. I am now legally able to drive on the road! I’m still not sure whether that is a good thing or a bad one haha!
So here in the UK, you have to do a theory test before the practical test, and I managed to pass my theory test by one mark above the pass score… I never played it so cool before ever!
Here’s me and my certificate!
Hello again WordPress
And apologies all for my absence! (If you enjoyed my absence however, I’ll take my apology back! haha)
It would seem that I have neglected writing/blogging recently but possibly for the best.
When you don’t have any creativity, imagination, or even will, then there’s no point in writing something because you have too. You should write something because you want too or even need too (Some passion you could say). For me, if you have something you want to say, then make sure you can be heard, rather than constructing something that’s not worth saying.
Passion: A strong and barely controllable emotion. An emotion that creates change?