So I say his name. So I say attack. So I say no because apparently when you say a word enough it loses its meaning and that must be why it happened.
The day that they made you run “The Mile” in P.E. class was your Vietnam.
“Be patient. Your Prince Charming is on his way. “
When you feel tears well up in unexpected, ordinary moments, like when you walk to the nearby store with your best friend to grab a six pack, or you sit at your kitchen table with one of your roommates and shoot the shit for a couple hours. And you know that even though it’s random to get emotional in these types of situations, it’s also not, because these ordinary, special moments are the ones that made up your entire college experience.
Spend less time honing in on what you haven’t done, or what you’ve failed to do and don’t give these so-called shortcomings the right to dictate your future.
2. You’ll miss being cynical together.
In submitting my final portfolio for my creative writing class this semester, I tried writing about the moment before you kiss someone you like for the very first time.
As you grow, the pond gets smaller and smaller.
It’s okay to not know where you’re going, or what you’ll be doing. Take it easy, because nobody really has it all figured out.
You can’t have it all. But you should be able to have what matters.