On Saturday night I attended my beautiful friend’s Josephine’s 21st celebrations. It was odd as I feel asthough Josie is wise beyond her years and should have infact turned at least 28 years old. I wore a Russian hat and ate love heart shaped lolly pops. What a splendid evening it was, thank you for having us.
Whilst watching my boyfriend surf I made a friend for life. Sure he probably wont remember me or maybe I am underestimating him, because who knows maybe I too am a very memorable person, despite his slober constantly landing all over me he was a pleasure. We haven’t stayed in touch but who knows when and where our paths will meet again and I am sure they will. Until then so long my four legged pal and thank you for keeping me company and being so loyal by sticking by me and ignoring your owners calls.
Optimistic vs Pessimistic
Reading back to my post a month ago I smile at the optimistic last words I wrote in regards to the new year; “come at me as I am ready to embrace you”. A month older and clearly wiser I take that statement back with heavy eyes. I write this after two weeks of no sleep due to the amount of uni work that I have been buried under along with 65 hours of work. How does one stay optimistic? I surely wouldn’t have a clue with books on psychology and sociology taking up the majority of my bedroom floor I think my optimism has been lost amongst the mess says the newly pessimistic girl that has become me.