Day 6: The Hardest Thing I’ve Ever Experienced

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Dear Wonderful Reader,

That would be being hooked up on a guy for 6 years who was not worth it. I do regret that time spent. All the mental and physical energy that was spent on him. In fact I am so over this experience now that I can’t write about with the same passion. That in itself makes me happy because It shows how far I have come and how I was able to put the past behind me. This gives me hope that I could overcome anything, however big it seems at the time. And I did learn a lot from this experience and I am bitter about it anymore.

Whatever you’re going through, remember the power of time. So It’s okay to be sad, bored, or after the guy or people, but let that time be entirely spent on them. Feel the emotions you want to feel but please work to achieve your goals and dream at the same time.

 

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Blog Challenge 3: My Relationship with my Parents

shareimageDear Wonderful Reader,

I have a good relationship with my parents. I couldn’t thank them enough for their support and love. I am very close with my mom and could almost talk to her about anything. My dad, whom I also very close with as well, is strict when It comes dating so I don’t share this with him. I love my parents even though we don’t always see eye to eye.

As much as I love my parents though, It scares to think that I’m just going to be just like them. They’re good people but I am very aware of their flaws and shortcomings. I don’t think it’s fair to think that, but I can’t help but think that so many people share my feelings to some extent. Some are the opposite and they want to be just like their parents. This all reminds me of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2.

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