So, considering that today was one of my few free days this year, and I am currently staying at my friend David’s house, we decided to pick up our friend … Continue reading Malls
So, ambivalence means, “simultaneous and contradictory attitudes or feelings toward an object, person, or action.” (Or at least it does according to Merriam-Webster.com. But what do they know, right?) I … Continue reading Ambivalence
At this point, I have already talked about Doubt, Crying, and Fear. But what has been the point of all of this? Well, life. I live my life by a … Continue reading Live
There is really nothing like being home. Honestly, I might have gone through what is possibly the most stressful week of my life. I can at least say it was … Continue reading La Familia
So, I’ve realized that I seem to do a poem every month. There’s one for January, February, and March, so far. I guess it’s time for the April Installation. Cool… … Continue reading A Poem (Part 4)
So, for the past month I have posted mainly about Love, and such related things (which I could come up with). It was interesting, to say the least. One of … Continue reading Conclusions on this Experience, and on Love
I love my parents. I honestly, truly, love my parents, and miss them every day. That’s why I love being home. It’s awesome, being able to eat my Mom’s amazing cooking, and listen to my Dad’s stories, and ideas, even if it is just rambling sometimes. (Maybe that’s where my rambling comes from?) My parents always treat me like I’ve always been home, even if it’s been a month since I’d last seen them, which makes me feel welcome all the time. I mean, aside from having to take out the trash all the time…
My parents also ask me about what I’ve been up to, and how things are going. I talk to them about a lot of things. My parents are always willing to share their ideas or criticism on just about everything. Of course, I don’t always take it, but I always listen. Sometimes we argue, too, but I always enjoy being with them. I love my parents, and I’m grateful to have them in my life.