I already wrote a big ass post about something that I miss, so this shall be brief xD
I really miss dancing with Tevakanui (Tahitian dance group). They were a huge impact in my life, and I met some great people dancing with them. Dancing built my confidence and it made me always feel great after a performance. Maaaaaan, it was great.
Well I’ve had a COPIOUS amount of problems in my life….. Hmmm.
(This one was kinda personal for a while, but here you go) In 6th grade, It was a major struggle for my family and I, due to the economy and all that stuff. In the beginning of the year I was living in a nice beautiful BIG home right by my middle school, and that’s the house I’ve lived in pretty much since I moved to Vegas. And with the economy affecting us, my mom lost her very well paid job, and we couldn’t afford the mortgage any more and we had to rent a smaller more affordable home.
It was real tough losing that house because, I took it for granite and I when I actually realized what we just lost, it was very devastating, to have to go from this nice beautiful home, to a small cramped home. Not only did we lose the home, but we lost sentimental value within that home. Including childhood memories, and all that. I’m not saying I hated the new house, because trust me, I was VERY gratefull I still had a home left.
Well, it was a problem for my family and I, because we had to cut down MAJORLY on all the things we bought, the type of clothes we usually bought, and the money we used to go out as a family and have fun. We didn’t really have that, because we were relying on only one paycheck at the time. It was really tough for us, but, as a family, we came together, and we worked things out, and everything slowly and gradually got better and we eventually moved to a nicer neighborhood with a slightly bigger home, and yup. It really woke me up in life.
It definitely taught me a huge lesson for life. Never take ANYTHING for granite, because you wont know that you lost something, until its actually gone…
I like girls who are confident, very positive,and out going. I really don’t like it when the girl is always depressed or sad, thats just to much to handle for me (x I like girls who can be themselves around me, cuz trust me, imma be myself around you! I like girls who are beautiful.. inside and out (Mostly inside), and who are NOT conceited. I like girls who can make me laugh, and whenever I look at them they are smiling. I like girls who care for other people, including mother nature, and not just them self. Ilike girls with a goal for life, and they will persevere and not give up to attain that goal. I like girls who can influence me on life, as I will influence them.
Hmmmm…. I honestly would have to say Abigail Camacho!
I don’t know what it is about this girl, but she can always get me to laugh, no matter what situation I’m in. She is hilarious, super nice, and just has pure beauty inside and out! She is more than a best friend to me, she is my sister, my nigga bean, my homie for life! I love her so much! She’s a true friend, and I know for a fact we’ll always be best friends, and nothing can separate us from being awesomely that xD
Ummmmmm, yeah. I LOVE YOU ABIGAIL CAMACHO!! :) thanks for always being there and what not!
If you already don’t know what its about, lemme give you the nutshell DEVIN summary version of the movie xD
Kay, so this guy Sam has to save the whole Earth from these bad robots who wanna kill our World/Galaxy. You ask why they wanna kill us? I actually forgot, but I think its because they despise us humans and yeah. HOWEVER, the Auto-bots (Good ROBOTS) Want to help save our world so something doesn’t happen to us like what happened to their world (Cybertron). And Sam has to keep this Cube that the Decepticons (bad robots) want, so they can destroy the earth with it! And yeah, there is aLOT of awesome destruction and people Die and yeah. Its amazing xD
Day 22: How have you changed in thte past 2 years?
I believe I changed ALOT!
Just 2 years ago, I was more risky with the people I hung out with, and the situations I got into with them. I wasn’t what you would call a “Responsible Teen” I was/am a respectful teen, but I didn’t always choose the best choices. I never did drugs or anything like that, but I hung out with a lot of those kids who did drugs and I could’ve potentially become one of them, if I had stayed around with them through highschool.
ANYWAY, I believe I was more ruder (?) and more inconsiderate. I was very selfish, and just not really nice. Well people said I was nice, but I didn’t feel that way on the inside. Now, however, I do believe I’m a nice person. I always try my hardest to think of others before I think of myself, and that has really boosted my self confidence about my social standing. Now I’m able to talk and converse with a lot of people without being scared. Before, I was very self-conscious and didn’t have a high self esteem/ self confidence. After coming to Northwest, I’ve become more bright and social.
How I’ve physically changed, I’ve slimmed down xD My body grew and the chubby fat kid I was, kind of dissapeared lol. Also, I’ve become ALOT better in sports and other things I really wasn’t good at, such as running.
I’ve changed in a very good and positive way these past two years, and I’m very thankful for that! I hope I continue to change into a more brighter, nicer, and more fun-loving person, that I know I can become.
Education is everything.. With out having at least the basic foundation of an education, where do you go in life? You can’t just join the military anymore, you can’t just apply to a job without proof of education.
Why drop out of school? You think it’s so hard, and that you don’t need to learn any of that for the real life? Well somewhere in life it’ll occur to you in a situation and because you dropped out of school you won’t know what to do. Trust me, I was able to experience someone (my brother) having to go through the realities of being a high school drop out. My parents said ”if you drop out of high school, we will drop you out of this home” and the hard headed being he is, he left. He couldn’t find a way to make a living for himself, he was pretty much homeless until my parents decided he could live with us again. All of his friends thought of him as a loser and wouldn’t take him in.
There are those lucky ones who dropped out of highschool or never even went to school, and they ended up being a millionaires.. Lucky of them, but thats not going to happen to all of us.
We, as Americans, are sooooo lucky that we have a free education. So why not use it to its full advantage? Its all worth it in the long run.
I seriously can’t stand it when kids have the audacity to disrespect their parents, and talk to them like they are just their friends and yell at them and pretty much take advantage of them. I hate listening to people talk to their parents like that.
Your parents gave you life, and your parents/guardians provide you with a home, clothes, and food in your tummy (for the fortunate ones). And your going to act like a snobby bitch and not be grateful for what you have and treat your parents/guardians like doodoo? Thats so fucked up.
Of course there are those days where your parents/guardians just piss you off, but to treat your parents/gaurdains like shit on a daily bases… You need an attitude/reality check. Our parents/guardian’s deserve the most respect and love.
Also, there is the reality of some of our parents taking advantage of us and beating us or God knows what else. Thats a different story, and fotunately i don’t have to live with that.
I love my parents, and I give them my upmost repect. We are a close family, and were always bustin jokes and just bein grateful were all together. Of course, my parents can be mean, but I know they do it because they are protecting me and because the love me.
Its just sad when kids talk to their parents as if they are nothing more than a friend.. I don’t know how to explain it.