Ringing in 2014

Wow I don’t come here nearly enough…

Anyway, on New Years Eve I was kissed once again by my wonderful boyfriend. :3 I love him he’s adorable.

As I rang in this new year with semi-cold appetizers, soda, screaming kids, loud music, and laughing at people with too much alcohol in their system try to dance to Tootsie Roll and other Hip Hop favorites, somewhere in the back of my mind, I thought about everything that had happened in 2013.

My adorable boyfriend (whose web name shall be Harluin) lost his mother in a car accident on January 31st. I got my job at the restaurant I’m still at (its hard sometimes but work is work), Harluin switched jobs a few times, we moved houses, drove to California (OMG SO PRETTY) and back, I lost a dear friend in a hit and run accident, my first love lost his fight with cancer, and on Christmas morning I had another dear friend commit suicide, and Harluin lost his dog a few days ago as well (he had been sick his whole life, it finally caught up with him). I still miss daddy everyday as well as the woman who I will gladly call my mother in law.. no… just my other mamma.

Losing three friends in a year has made me realize… there are things that you always wanted to say to someone, memories to be made, but you don’t. I don’t wanna be depressing but everyone please, say what you need to say to your loved ones today, and everyday. A simple “I love you” could change someones whole day.

And on a slightly happier note, Harluin and I are looking for an apartment for us, since we live with friends now and its difficult.

So in 2014, I won’t make resolutions like I have before. I will live each day to the fullest. I will tell those I love that I love them, and I will tell them a lot. I will be happy with my body, even as I get healthy for me. I will write more, I will complain less. I will try not to let the little things bother me. I will keep laughing, and I will keep loving. I will be me.

Happy New Year everyone.

Blessed Be

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Fyre ❤

2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 30,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 11 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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