You know it’s weird, I keep reading all these poems lately about people who have met, fallen in love and it hasn’t worked out and yet they miss them and wish that they could have worked it out. I seem to keep getting to the parts, where it says that it hadn’t worked out and they wished that it had and that’s it…I can’t keep reading passed to the whole “I wish we could have worked it out” part.
I’m not even sure that it’s because I’ve met someone that I want to be with and like being with. I think it’s because my last ex is someone that I now consider to be the only relationships that was a “mistake”. I can tell that he’ll be the only one I will never have in my life again. Yet, I still get SO angry as to what happened between us. I still feel like my whole year was wasted by him, I’m not really sure what I learnt from it either.
So it’s part of the reason why I’ve read all these posts about putting the past in the past but wishing it would have worked out and I don’t “like” any of them. I think that they are beautifully written, but I can’t get past the whole “I wish it would have worked out” part. There’s a reason these things don’t work out. Someone who loves you and cares about you will never leave your side, other than for death. Might be a little morbid, but it’s what I strongly believe.
On the 20th of February my Blog (Lolsy’s Library) will be participating in the hashtag extraordinary experience of 2015 with the the #1000Speak.
The aim of this challenge is to get over 1000+ Bloggers to write posts about compassion, kindness, support, caring for others, non-judgement, care for the environment etc, and ALL PUBLISH ON THE SAME DAY (Feb 20th) to flood the Blogosphere with GOOD! Use the hashtag #1000Speak to promote this event.
You can join up by joining their Facebook group and by joining them on Twitter by using the hashtag #1000Speak.
Here I am sitting in class (it is amazing how often I think while in class) and I had an “Oprah Light-bulb Moment”, so here I am trying to finish off this Blog before class finishes because I know that I’ll lose the momentum.
Blogging, to me, is like an open mind journal. You write what you are most passionate about and you get to spread that passion with the whole wide world. At the same time though you get actual real life responses. For me I am getting these responses from no one I personally know…and it’s fantastic!
I am getting objective points of views on topics that I love and getting a huge wide range of advice from people that I don’t know…and that to is fantastic!
It’s not like Facebook or any of those other social media sites where if you write something people who do know you and, in all good intent, want the best for you. It’s just not the same way. They think too much and they also think that they know you and everything about and it is then that it becomes extremely clear who does not.
I like objective, I like to think in a way I have never thought before, I like my opinions to be challenged in a respectful way.
This, my dears, is why I love Blogging.
YAY!!! It’s my 100th post and I feel like celebrating…Never for a moment would I think I would ever stick at something for this long. In the past when I have started Blogging or journal writing I give up after a few entries. Too have made it this far is a huge achievement for myself.
It is amazing to me that this started as a school assignment and now it has become something that it a part of my daily life. I have never expressed so much to an unknown public in my life before. I have made entries that even my closer friends have had no idea is happening in my life. I have made good friends on here that I feel comfortable talking to and somehow feel safer in these friendships.
It has been an amazing journey and I can honestly say writing on this Blog has helped me out so much in my own personal life, in a way that I could never have imagined! It has been amazing! =D
I have been trying to think of something special to do but all I’ve been able to come up with is the video uploaded below. My next big plans is to change the look of my Blog, it’s been this way for pretty much a year now and with the 100th post it is definitely a good time for a change. I’m still not sure where I want to take this, but I have been SO inspired by other fellow bloggers that I want to spice my own Blog up more and get more interactive!
So I shall grin too myself, have a nice celebratory cup of coffee and you can all start watching this space for more…
Uploaded on 5 Oct 2009
Music video by Kool & The Gang performing Celebration. (C) 1980 The Island Def Jam Music Group