Be FREE in Me. Be free in who I am. Who you are. Free yourself from stereotypes, and other people’s opinions. No one can dictate who I should be but me.
As the day gets closer when 25 will be a number I say much more than 24, I realize the one thing that I continuously want from life is happiness.
Your mom is most likely your best friend.
When teenagers have never heard of the TV shows you watched as a child. Your 13 year-old cousin has no idea who Doug or Hey Arnold are.
You can’t stand younger people. Thoughts such as “Was I THAT obnoxious?” and “Where are these children’s parents?” cross my mind quite frequently.
When a little girl asks you what a VHS is, and you suddenly feel like you’re 23 going on 89.
When all the freshman can go out on a Monday and you’re like “What?! How?! Don’t you people have work to do?!” you feel old. This past year I’ve realized that there is a huge difference between the age of 18 and the age of 21. And that difference is simply being an adult.
The grace period for being a mess is over.
You still don’t understand how LMFAO or Skrillex qualify as music. It just sounds like dying.
Stay for free with the friends you made in college that now live in different cities. Freeloading is still allowed!