Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Saturday, March 21, 2009
Friday, March 20, 2009
Yea so Mr. President Barack Obama was on "The Tonight Show" last night. You know I've never been moved by this man. I didn't feel any emotions when he was elected, or felt any different the next day. Of course I was happy to have a new president in the White House, but I just believe I was less excited than anyone else. It kinda felt like it was a trend to me. Like he was a trend, and I didn't want to become a part of the trend. I wanted him to be the President not because he was well liked, but because he was the right man for the job. Any who... last night I sat and watched him. I swear I could have probably drooled, but I was almost in tears by him. It was insane for the first time in my life I felt like the person in the White House could relate to me, the person ruling my country could actually feel my pain. He is so down to earth, and even if he weren't President he would still be a great man. Last night was the first night I felt like this is My President. What an amazing, powerful, relieve and feeling that was.
May the Lord continue to bless you Sir.
Quote: "Americans... still believe in an America where anything's possible - they just don't think their leaders do." -Barack Obama
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Monday, March 16, 2009
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
I'm going home this weekend!! Seven5 all day. Sadly I'm not driving so I won't have a car. Sometimes I hate going home. Only because I have to share my time with so many people and then people get upset when I can't spend time with them. I wish there were more hours in a day sometimes. [Ugh, except for when I'm at work.] Then there are the people that wanna kick it with me all day which hinders me from being able to see anyone else. You may be thinking, "Laura why don't you just bring them with you?" True, but some people just don't mix. My goal is to see at least two different people a day. I'll be there for 2 1/2 days. So that is approx. 5 people. Half of my friends will be at school. That eliminates alot of people, so I should be okay. Nonetheless...I love them all the same.I'll holla.
Quote: "The most beautiful discovery that true friends can make is that they can grow separately without growing apart." -anonymous
Monday, March 9, 2009
Thursday, March 5, 2009
I just got a text from Black and he inspired me to write this blog. Me and Black have been really good friends for about 4 years now. All I have ever wanted was to just feel important in his life. Like just to have some type of value. Not just another girl, but that is what I feel I have been. Like how many years do you have to know someone to be considered a really good friend or more? It's so funny because telling someone I love them is nothing to me. People have gotten offended by me saying it so freely, but I truly love everyone that I tell in one way or another. And to think someone that I have known for so many years feels so uncomfortable telling me he loves me. It's crazy to me. For the past two months I have really stopped caring about it. Like genuinley not caring at all. I feel like once you really have given something all you've got and it still hasn't worked out you give up on it. And then I feel like once you have truly given up and you really do not care about those people surprisingly those people always wanna show up all of sudden and act brand new. Perfect example: I have never recieved a gift from Black EVER, and all of a sudden I get a wallet and a coat for Valentine's Day!! Um? WHY? Excuse me Mr. Black, but do you feel like your losing me?...Because you are absolutley right.
So the moral of the story basically is people feel like they can treat other people like crap like they won't leave or something. Like they need them and then surprisingly when they get the picture they try to be nice, or get them back on track. Love the people that you have in your life right now. Don't love them when they stop caring, or want to leave.
P.S. Thank you Black the coat is fabulous!
Quote: If you have it [Love], you don't need to have anything else, and if you don't have it, it doesn't matter much what else you have. -Sir James M. Barrie