Do i have any regrets? sure, I have plenty of regrets. But, one of my biggest regrets is not keeping in touch with friends. Yes, friends come and go, but some of them you know you can't get rid of, just because you have so many memories together. For example, I have a friend who I have known ever since I was 3. We went through elementary school and girl scouts together, and every year since preschool, we were always in the same class. When I was in 5th grade, I left the school, but we still stayed as the best-est of friends. Now, I regret not keeping that connection. Yes, we're friends on facebook, but that's as far as it goes. I know that all the memories we made together will never leave my mind, but sometimes I wish I could have been the one that was proactive, and kept our friendship together.
Something that I miss is definitely childhood innocence. I remember the days that I could run around and play pretend, and nobody would think that I was crazy. I remember the days I could hold a boy's hand and it would simply just mean friends. I remember the days I could get paint all over my clothes, and not be scolded for being unladylike. I remember the days when everyone was friends, and there was no "mean girls". Why couldn't that sense of innocence continue? Of course I know the answer, its maturity and our need for it when we become older. But why does all childish fun have to be banned? Why is it weird for me to say "play dates" instead of " hang outs"? Maybe it's just societies dirty minds picking at the words "play" and "dates" into something that it's not. Yes, I see the point in growing up and realizing reality, but can I not jump back in time for a minute to savor the times I was so carefree? Maybe that's just what some people need in their lives.
The last book I read was Persepolis. This book is required in my class, and it's about the Middle East, and a true story of a little girl that lived there. The book is a graphic novel, so it's like a comic book. I personally, think that book has a very strong point, but It could be more interesting. I think that it could be kind of controversial for me to say that I wish it were more interesting just because the book is a nonfiction piece.
If you ever get the chance, I do recommend reading the book just to gain more knowledge on the Middle East.
My daily routine? AHAHA what?
But for reals. My daily routine is kind of... simple?
6:00 wake up
6:10 go running
6:45 eat breakfast
7:10 leave house for school
11:30 eat lunch (fruit)
1:30 academic classes end
2:00 art classes start
4:50 go home
6:00 arrive back home
6:30 eat dinner
7:00 do hw and draw
12:00 sit on bed and relax
6:00 do it all over again c:
Sorry guys, yes i know my routine is a bit boring, but this girl has just gotta be honest! Honestly, I realized even more how boring my life was when I made this list.
Especially since today was one of biggest rainstorms in California, I have to say that one of my biggest pet peeves is when people splash water as they drive by. Yes, I know it's inevitable, but it's honestly one of the worst feelings ever. Like you're walking by, and they just drive by, and the water drenches you as you get pushed to the building next to the sidewalk. Like that happened to me today, and I... have no expression for what I felt like after I stood up with my butt wet. Ew. But, yes that is one of my biggest pet peeves, and unfortunately, it's raining again tommorow! C:
That's easy! Either a fashion designer or a stylist. I've not always been interested with fashion, but ever since I discovered it, I've been obsessed with it. I think the beauty of it is the art form you're creating on the human body. It's like taking a piece of fabric and transforming it into something that people can appreciate, look at, and wear. Also, fashion is like telling a story through clothes. The clothes are like a mask that tells everything, and that's what makes it so versatile; you can be anything with the clothes you wear
ahah that's funny~ today i helped 3 people complete their homework... indirectly! so today, my friend asked me for my water bottle, so she could trace the bottom to make a circle. So, I lent it to her, and when she gave it back to me, she said, " ZeZe!! Today, you've made your daily act of kindness, you helped 3 people today! So when I logged on here to do my daily blog, and I saw today's "assignment", it was quite coincidental!
The Lucky One: I love all Nicholas Sparks movies, so this one is definitely one of my faves. The romance and the plot is just really genuine and beautiful. This is a MUST WATCH!!! <3
also you should go watch anything Nicholas Sparks like: The Notebook, A Walk to Remember, Dear John, The Last Song, Safe Haven, and Endless Love.
Somebody would have been really mad at me if I didn't put Mean Girls. This is an absolute classic, and the comedy is so ridiculously funny! I love the drama, and the truths about high school...
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a old school movies fanatic, and one of my all time childhood favorites are Pride and Prejudice. Not the 2005 version, but the 1995 version. I can just tell you that the 1995 version is worlds better than the 2005 one. But, that doesn't mean the 2005 version isn't good, both something you should watch!
Another one of my Jane Austen favorites! I never ever stop watching this one! The contrast between the two sisters, and their love life's are really just intriguing. MUST SEE!!
Hope you go watch these movies!
I couldn't pick out my best childhood memory, just because there's so much to my childhood. But, I did pick out one of my favorites. I was a tomboy, a troublemaker, a sly troublemaker, and the best artist in my class XD. Well, that was in elementary school though... Everyday I would draw, draw, draw, and I think that that's what made up of my childhood. I remember standing next to my mother's easel and staring at her artwork, and wondering if I could ever make such beauty. Of course, back then I couldn't believe it, because all I could draw was circle monkeys, circle pigs, circle dogs.... hey! they're better than stick figures at least X). Anyways, that's what inspired me to be an artist, I wanted to see how good I could really get. Maybe I could only ever be as good as I was, or maybe I could be like my mother, or I could eventually be more advanced at art than her. Now, I'm not at my mother's level yet. But, I've now realized that there's always, always room to improve... and that improvement will never end, unless you let it end.