Hi babe, I know we've talking all day, but I just wanted to say I miss you so much! You're currently at your aunt & uncle's house and won't be home till tomorrow and I hope you fall asleep alright tonight. We'll see each other as soon as you get home :] and we'll get to be in each others' arms in about 27 days :]
p.s I'm sending anonymously because I wanted to tease your followers :p
Just ‘cause it seems like this person wants to get other people guessing haha
Education…is not as important as you think, but this is in terms of financial literacy. So don’t take this too seriously, because I built myself on a different foundation of education. And that would be financial IQ. If anything, the things I see most important in the school system is anything taught about money, and schools will rarely ever teach you about those type of things. School’s will teach you how to play it safe, but they will never teach you how to take and manage risks. Everything about education is very traditional thinking. Get good grades, a safe and secure job, and you’re on your way, correct?
In the process of making friends and finding out about each other’s interests, everything seems to go really well when you first meet them. There’s a lot to talk about and the friendship seems forever endless at the time. It seems like a bond that can last a life time and you just don’t want it to end. This is the first encounter we’re talking about here right now. The next few days can only determine what could happen next. You or the other person decides that they’re either too boring to talk to, or you feel they’re trying too hard. And once you make that assumption, one of the two decides not to catch up with the other anymore. The friendship gradually dies and both or one of them moves on. From my perspective, this happens at least 6 out of 10 times with everyone you meet. Luckily, for every 4 out of 10, they’ll stick with you and take the chance to stay friends for a long period of time. There are those who will see something in you that others will never see, so don’t be disappointed if any of your friends stop talking to you. Just remember that there will always be someone that sees the real you.
day 138: one of the nicest things anyone has said to you
Stephen Khieu, @gtless, you really opened my mind about the things that people tend to not realize in my teenage year. You don’t know how grateful I am to know that even though you’re thousand miles away, you’d virtually wipe my tears away and tell me to be strong.
-This is from Steven Casner’s recent post before he was about to turn 17 haha