I’m going to ramble. I’m sitting in Starbucks listening to the whir of the espresso machine and the chatter of the strangers around me. I’m also trying to hide myself from people that I knew from high school that come in, haha.
I don’t care what anyone says, I have the greatest friends EVER. EVER. They’re a constant reminder of what I have, and I hope I’ve shown all of them some form of appreciation for all that they have done for me and with me. They are my reminder that I’m going to be ok. As much as I dislike the circumstance that I’m in at the moment, I think they’ve talked me down to believe that this might be the time for me to just chill out and take it easy and to not stress about things that I have no idea about. It kinda scares me that my friends might know more about me than I know about myself, but that’s what they are there for right? To keep us grounded and to make sure we stay true to who we are and to not lose sight of what we want. Graduation was my reminder of what my support system looks like and I’m glad to know that whatever situation I’m put in, by choice or not, I have people who are willing to be there for me and help me out. Although I’m still heartbroken that my initial plans didn’t work out as I had hoped, I have to time come up with a new and improved plan. I’m not the type to dwell on these type of things for too long anyway. Things happen for a reason, yadda, yadda. I’ll find what I’m looking for.