I wish that my grandfather was still alive. I was almost two years old when he passed away. My father told me that each time we had the chance to visit him, I’ll always asked him to carry me around for a stroll at a nearby playground. I don’t really have any memory of him. But I wish I do.
If he was still alive, he sure will give me a piece of his good advice. You see, I’m leaving on the edge for quite a while now. My life is a mess. I am happily married and blessed with a wonderful young boy. But, I am affraid that the happiness wont last long. I know that love is not everything in this world. You need to have both; money and love.
Dear love, do you know how smart you are? Well, I know that you are a hard working person, that will try her very best to do what ever she can to achieve her goals. But look at you now. What happen to you? Where is that high spirited girl that I know? Why do you end up at home? What happen in pursuing your ambition? I am sad to see you like this love. As if all of your motivation and determination had banished from your mind.
I know how you feel. I know that sometimes, it is difficult to change. But sometime change can make you a better person. Look at you now, you have no goals and you are stuck at zero. Get up love! I know you can. Go out there and be a part of something big. It’s ok to dream big, because when you dream big, you have a destination to go. I know you can love! You always do find your way. I will always pray that one day, you will make everyone that you know look up to you. Chin up girl! Go make your dream a reality!
I wish he was still alive so that he could say those words to me. I wish that he would take my hand and help me to get out of this mess. I could just wish. I miss you grandpa. I always do.
I’m entering the late 20-s group of age. It feels normal to be honest. It just feel like nothing changes (physically). However, the way we think, the way we act and the environment that we are in changes. I found this article posted on Facebook by one of my friends. The article is about ‘The 18 Best Things About Being in Your Late Twenties’ .
You’ve figure out how to deal with flaky people – Ahh, this type of people. All you need to do is just ignore them. One day they will call you just to ask you to hang around with them.
You trimmed most of fat friends – I used to cry a lot because of the so call “friends”. They said that they were your friends but behind your back, they talk trash about you and even try to break you up with your boyfriend (rolling-eyes!). But one day, you just realize (well, with the help of my other half of course!) they don’t matter. Let them be, you will not lose anything. In fact I get myself some cool and more understanding friends instead! Thanks Fatty friends, you really did me a favor.
You have a lot of weekend trips built into your year because a lot of your friends are getting married – This is fun! I love weddings. It remind me of my own – with family and closes friends, celebrating your joy and love for one another. (Hubby, lets get married again! Hahaha …)
You have started considering “cost per wear” when buying clothing – so true. i now understand the value of the clothes that i wear. Each time i went to the store, i’ll think 100 times before buying it. True, you should ask my husband.
You don’t care about certain brand/labels – I know buy clothes or stuff base on the quality and price. Don’t mind wearing anything without brand. If it look good on me, then I’ll wear them.
Double dates don’t make you feel old anymore – Since most of our friend is married, so we had double date some time triple date. it’s fun. it’s like hanging out like you were still single.
Your apartment has at least one piece of furniture in it that isn’t from IKEA or Bed Bath & Beyond – Hahahahaa… most of the furniture in my home is from IKEA.. hahaha.. this is so funny.
The reason you haven’t listen to any new music is because too many pop songs have sirens in them – Well said!
You’re less likely to have roommates – If i’m still single, YES, I will not have any roommates. I like to have some peace and quite time alone at home. FREEDOM!
You’re more sensitive – YES!
You have enough distance from your early twenties to realize you had NO IDEA of what you were doing at that time in your life – haha.. this is another ‘Well Said’ statement.
So, that’s about all of it, but you could just check out the full article here any time. Enjoy!
People say that money couldn’t buy you happiness. It’s true that money couldn’t buy such emotions but it could be a proxy of determining the level of happiness. Experience had taught me that money will have effects on the relationship with your friends and emotions.
When we were young, friends means a world to us. We share our ups and downs, highs and lows of our time together. Some even pledge to stay loyal to each other no matter what. However, as time flies, and people change, the pledge or promises made seems so childish. The dreams of staying friends forever are destroyed by the greediness of a person. Who would be happy living in a world without friends? For some, it will be good not to have friends that only there when your pockets is full and left you hanging when you pockets are empty. But in time it will effects your emotions.
Money will influence the stability of a person’s emotions. It will be very stressful when you have only MYR100 (after deducting all monthly expenses) to survive every month for a household of three. How could one survive? No matter how hard you work the pay isn’t helping much to your financial stability. With friends living your side just because you have empty pockets will only make you emotions worst.
Who would be happy when you are left with no friends and left with emotions instability? But it is not the end of the world! All you need to do is make some changes that best fit your current situation. Look for side income that could help you generate extra money (it is a trend nowadays!). and as for friendship, let those greedy and selfish people turn their back against you because one day, they too will understand. Let’s do our best and pray for the best.