Hi, I found your post about people having a skewed view of you very interesting. My whole life I have felt as though people have not seen me for who I really am and it's quite disheartening. I think people will always come to a certain conclusion about you until they really know you and if they don't know the real you it really doesn't matter what they think. You know who and what you are so take comfort in the knowledge that you are good and don't have to justify that to anyone.
Thank you! This was in the back of my head, but hearing it from someone else helps silence the annoying nagging of people being upset with me that I can’t fix. You are very right. Maybe one day I’ll meet them and I’ll change their mind, but until then! Positivity!
Get temps. Get license. Get car.
Get apartment in Louisville.
Start eating new foods.
DIY absolutely everything that can be.
Make more clothing.
Start work out plan and stick to it.
Finish a book a week.
Get a job I enjoy and keep it.
Buy a guitar and learn how to play it.
Get down to half a pack a day.
Go to the doctor and get all things taken care of.
Start reading nonfiction.
Meet more people with similar interests.
Focus on getting in a stable place where school can eventually be an option.
Get to New York City.
Anyone can join me in any of these. I like company.
Stay positive and stay focused. A lot of things I want accomplished this year.
the person before was clearly a moron, i could never see you doing meth, nor would i see you having the money to every start meth to have a meth problem...but i digress. you are quite pretentious (a good vast majority of the time).
Haha yeah, I mean I joke about looking like a total meth addict all the time, but I don’t touch drugs. I’ve seen it destroy too many amazing people and lost some people who meant a lot to me. Not my scene. But yeah, I’ll give you pretentious in a second though people need to realize almost everything I say is a complete joke. Thanks for looking out though, I appreciate it.
“You don’t know you’re breathing that stuff until you’re dead! “Oh I’m starting to feel weak! Is it from the carbon monoxide, or the exposed asbestos? It might be the raccoon in the ceiling, or possibly the sewage leaking into the kitchen!”—Tyler and Dan talk about apartments.