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Writing a paper journal

Apr. 5th, 2012 | 11:44 pm
mood: happy happy

Today I purchased a big journal. The goal is to only write positive things inside of it. No bad thoughts or negative ideas whatsoever. :) In my previous diaries and journals, were consisted of venting more than anything. So instead of going back to re-read something to think in a sentimental meaning.. one would recall these emotions and not help you smile. 

This new journal of mine can be shared with dear friends, family to anyone who desires to read it. I will never write anything personal inside of it (no details!) :P haha Only enlightening things, dreams, creative ideas, things to look forward to and others in mind.

In ways, I also plan to have this finished with no rush. When I am old and when I finally pass onto the next- this journal (and possibly others) will be a keepsake and story of my history. People will get to know me, learn about me - and even my future children are welcome to read it when they get to that stage in adulthood. The stage in adulthood were you wish you knew more about your parents.. also this journal can be used to bond with my future children as well. Eventually, I will start placing photos along with the written text as a better visual for the stories inside of the book.

Last to mention: each paragraph must be a different thing. I will not write an entire page-worth on just one topic; unless it truly needs it. (Like for example, the loss of a loved one- writing all of the sweet and wonderful things I did with this person or animal). It would be a memorial of happy memories of sorts. :)

Had an odd dream.. :/

Mar. 3rd, 2012 | 12:54 pm
mood: cheerful cheerful
music: Cutey Chaser: DDR

For a long time I was thinking about dressing up as a Lolita Fashion. Due of how pricey I thought the complete outfits were, was the only reason why I didn't purchase. As of two days ago, I am planning upon getting some clothing and fallowing through. :)

Last night, I had an odd dream about Loita:

"I was at a backyard friend's tea party. It was spring time and I recall seeing green grass. Everyone was dressed in proper Lolita. In the back of the house there was a side gate and a lady entered. All she had was a 'Goodwill' shady top blouse and slip-like long skirt. She was kindly told she wasn't dressing as Lolita and needed to leave. Silently angry, the woman- who appeared to be someone who really had no clue what Lolita really was.. Her age appeared to be in her forties. Straggly unkempt-limp hair also."

When I woke up, it dawned on me as to why I had that dream. If you really want to be a Lolita- be true. :) Be happy, and do your homework. If you say you're going to be something- then make it happen fully and be glad. :) 


On a side note:

Daniel and I are still semi sick from a throat virus. I am not sure exactly when it will finally pass. Yesterday we went to the science museum for the second time. I really liked the I-MAX Omni Theater presentation of 'Tornadoes.' It was amazing. :D

Writer's Block: You’re perfect, now change

Aug. 27th, 2011 | 09:39 pm

Would you change anything about your significant other? What would it be?
My answer is: Nope. I love my boyfreind very-much and love him just the way he is. He's awesome! :D

Learning about life

Jul. 13th, 2011 | 06:25 pm
mood: calm calm

 After work I decided to walk the entire way from home to the "Elizabeth Grady School." Sadly, it began raining and refused to stop the whole way. (I became frustrated and headed back home). Not completing the rest of the way there. It would take me one hour and fifty minutes, in order to get there. 

So, I figured out that life was trying to tell me that it wants me to build a stronger foundation here, first. Then, go to college. :) (It's true). I agree.