Three words for 2013: what a year.
I wish my laptop would work right now because I’m sitting in Starbucks waiting for Helen to come and I finally have some quiet time to sit down and just pour out my thoughts in this little corner, and bleeding over the keyboard would make things so much more conducive. Nonetheless bleeding is bleeding so a smaller gadget in our 21st century is still a space.
2013 has been such a year. I’m stuck at this line here because I don’t know how to say what a year it’s been; I guess it’s been such an amazing year because I’ve never had a year like this before. The year I turned 21, how apt. It was the most painful year yet the most exciting the most happening and most amazing year I’ve ever had and when you put these together it’s been one hell of a year. I see that my life course has tweaked because of this year and I must say I’m unsurprised. This was my year into adulthood and so much has aptly happened and I’m happy for everything and for everything I’ve learnt about myself, about the world, about life in general.
I make my usual new year resolutions by which they’ve remained unfulfilled for the past 21 years: I resolve to stop biting my nails.
I will stick by this – there’s (almost) no right or wrong, just different perspective and different beliefs and I must always remember to understand and place myself in people’s shoes.
And other secret resolutions.
2013- what a year.
May 2014 bring about more growth, more amazing things and may I grow to be a better person than I’ve ever been. Happy new year 🙂