They’re the men that taught us our standards, pushed us past our boundaries, made us feel safe, let us follow our dreams, and taught us how to ride a bike somewhere in between.
Pour yourself a glass of wine because I’m about to tell you why we’re drinking as a celebration and not to lament about our lonesomeness.
Make sure some of these things are on your bucket list: hanging out in Buddhist temples, standing in awe of the Taj Mahal, bathing an elephant and hugging a panda, dancing under cherry blossoms, marveling at temples and sculptures.
Undergrad: You ride the bull at Bourbon Cowboy. Real World: You make fun of the people riding the bull at Bourbon Cowboy.
I realized I saw more when I was carefree. I realized I felt and I lived more when I let go of expectations and routes.
It’s an effervescent retreat from everyday and monotonous life. It absolutely outlaws boredom and bursts in thrilling desire. It’s a city knee deep in sins and disasters but everyone should try the taste of chaos at least once.
We love to be home, but we’re always thinking about where we’re going next. And we should. We should strive to see as much as we possibly can before too many responsibilities tie us down.
It is my duty, as the older sibling, to provide wisdom to get her through the next four years. Those four – very important – years helped shaped the person that I am today.
You don’t know my name. But I know your heart. I know that it beats to offset my laughter.
I am as hopeless as a hopeless romantic gets. I’m a chaotic mess of anxiety and optimism.