August 8, 2010
I decided to read my horoscope again today (though I’m trying not to make it a habit). It’s quite interesting, the things that it had to say. In a way, it relates to my situation. To remind myself, I’ve decided to write it down.
Too much pressure from a partner doesn’t give you an excuse to go off brooding today. Don’t isolate yourself from someone you love deeply just because you think that everything is not ideal between you. It’s tempting to hide your head in the sand like an ostrich, but this is certainly not a sensible long-term solution. Facing the shortcomings of a relationship can actually put you back in touch with your heart.
I don’t always believe in what these sorts of things have to say, but it’s been quite accurate as of late, although it all depends on how you interpret it. It’s freaky, but I’m intrigued, and more often than not, I find myself revisiting the horoscope section just to see what it has to say. The funny thing is, whenever I read these things, not only does it relate to me, but it relates to the other person as well.
August 6, 2010
An awkward title, but it suits what I’m about to post. I stumbled upon this quote a few days ago when I was on Tumblr (I’ve already reblogged it on my own Tumblr page. I thought it really described how I was feeling and what I was thinking at that time. These sorts of thoughts are still at the forefront of my consciousness, so reblogging about it, and reading it aloud sometimes helps to ease my mind a little.
I keep thinking of how much I love talking to you. How good you look when you smile. How much I love your laugh. I daydream about you off and on, replaying pieces of our conversations; laughing at funny things that you said or did. I’ve memorised your face and the way that you look at me. I catch myself smiling again at what I imagine. I wonder what will happen the next time we are together and even though neither of us know what the future holds, I know one things for sure; you’re the best thing that ever happened to me.
July 30, 2010
I’ve been going through a lot lately, being thrown into a position (a situation) that I didn’t want to be put in. After having some time to myself to think, to reflect, to learn about myself more, I realized that I no longer could recognize myself – the person that I used to be, and the person that I had hoped to become. Rather than depressingly dwelling on the past, and on the things that would make me sad, I’ve been trying to have a better outlook on life…my life. I’ve been trying to do the things that make me happy, and things that help me keep my mind off of those little instances that would make me sad.