I found a bunch of journalling questions, so I'm going to answer them one at a time, sporadically. This is the first. What is the single most difficult lesson you've ever had to learn? I think, very simply, that life isn't always fair. This is something my mom used to say -- and still says … Continue reading “what is the single most difficult lesson you’ve ever had to learn?”
I am grateful in this very moment for: Being sick and recovering. I caught a fever or something really dumb on Sunday evening and spent the entire day yesterday in bed. I get sick maybe twice a year -- maybe -- and I am generally used to allergies, so whenever I get sick sick, I never know … Continue reading gratitude check.
It's so strange to really think of how much I've changed in the past year. What a difference your frame of mind makes! What a difference in your quality of life. For reference, last year -- and pretty much every other year of my adolescent life -- I tended to lean more on the negative … Continue reading everything has a season
Lately, I've been feeling very spacey. My self-image is out of whack and I feel like I'm looking at things the wrong way. I feel like someone has told me a story and left out a lot of important details, so I find myself trying to remember a conversation I never had. Writing is so … Continue reading ‘let the past be in the past’
An open heart and an open mind. Unimaginable wealth. Clear skin. A dangerously attractive boy. One less roadblock on my path to victory.
항상 날 울게 하는 노래, 정말 좋아하는 노래를 번역하고 싶었어 (I wanted to translate a song that always makes me cry, a song I love so much). 그대여 아무 걱정 하지 말아요 우리 함께 노래 합시다 그대 아픈 기억들 모두 그대여 그대 가슴에 깊이 묻어 버리고 My dear, don't worry about a thing Let's sing … Continue reading 걱정말아요 그대 (Don’t worry, my dear)
I always joke and say I'm emotionally unstable, but the older I get, the more I feel it isn't a joke at all. I am always ten seconds away from tears, from thinking about something that makes me too happy to function, from exploding with gratitude and crumbling into the deepest sob you've ever heard. … Continue reading ‘even though i know, i pretend i don’t.’