Satisfaction There is nothing... I mean NOTHING more satisfying than breaking out the cat brush and helping out that old, lazy, fat-ass-of-a-cat that you have come to love over the years. I reached my hand down to pet my cat, Rusifer, only to feel on-coming fur-mattes. Every cat owner knows of those dreaded dread locks … Continue reading Helping those who cannot help themselves: Old fat cats.
She was a fiery red, ready to take on the world. And he was a mellow blue, taking on day by day. They would walk around, with every word to say. “You are a blue”, she would state. “And you are a radiant red.” They would pass each other by, and stay for a … Continue reading Purple
The obvious truth to life, and one that everyone already knows, is that you will deal with a loss someday. The loss of a friend, pet, or loved one. Whether they physically pass, or metaphorically pass, it was happen to you eventually. But how obvious of a truth is that? It is human nature for … Continue reading A lesson you need to fully understand in life
I don't care who you are, how old you are, or what your interests are in life. If you have a dream you must pursue it, because you will make it. I promise. Because we are humans, we instinctively put up mental blocks in our heads. Everyday in life we instill some sort of mental … Continue reading Proof That Success Comes From Within
"We should not only use the brains we have, but all that we can borrow." Look out your window. What do you see? Is there grass? trees? How about a giant brick wall out of your apartment complex or miles and miles of fields? Do you see any butterflies or bees? Because yes, they should … Continue reading A Change of Mind
False. High school is the beginning of our world and a new start in life. Lets say you live to be 100, high school is only 4% of your life. When school feels rough you’ve just got to hang in there. If you are struggling with fitting in, or with bullying, don’t be under the … Continue reading HIGH SCHOOL IS THE END OF THE WORLD
My first three years of high school every senior I encountered talked about how it’s their last year, and how it is their year of "lasts"; their year to play a sport for the last time, a year to make new friends for the last time, etc. And as my senior year was approaching I … Continue reading A YEAR OF “FIRSTS”