You know you are growing up when you wake up 4 hours before work so you can everything done for the day. It also gives Rob and I more time to hang out and drink coffee together.
I have been taking time to take care of myself and I am feeling better about everything. I am trying to be better at work, trying to make sure that I spent time not only with each customer but with everyone I work with so we are an even stronger team. It makes time fly and just makes my days better.
I can feel the weather changing and it makes me so excited for a new season and the crowds of people I get to talk to about the new things in the shop.
It is really hard for me to every really feel comfortable with the decisions I have made because you always try to take them away from me. You make it your own and then you claim it. You get under my skin so quickly and there is no way for me to shake you off.
You ruined me in high school. You tore away my identity and now you are trying to do it again. The person I was has turned into the person you are. And I hate it.
Pretty sure Rob and I are not going to have friends once our prank is completed. We have five months to get everything ready and every time we talk about it we laugh until we are crying.
In other news, we have pretty much found the best apartment ever and I think we are moving in like a month or two.
P3 Spanderer: Marit Larsen
I love my job so much it makes me feel sick.
Making adult decisions are really hard but I am happy where my life is right now. When I am not being to uptight, I meet people who inspire me and just make everything a little better.
On the days when your body feels like a broken hour glass
and all you want is to tip it over and let the remaining sand spill out,
think of how many good minutes you still have left.
Heartbreak is like rain: eventually it dries up and disappears through the cracks
of whatever pieces your heart…
This picture will always make me laugh. Sharon and I were enjoying my abandoned transition room and found a misplaced lighter.
I had such an identity crisis, obviously.