I guess there’s a time in everyone’s life where they feel like they have no one and hate everyone. Sometimes I don’t see how you can survive 9 more months of this. It’s entirely too much. Thank goodness I didn’t grow up with all of the same people because I would be at my wits end. Props to the people who never leave Vegas and who stay friends with the people they went to kindergarten with. I personally can’t wait to go to college and start my life over with new people. Okay I’m done now.
I will live my life
Think about it. Highschool relationships are pointless. Most everyone moves away and starts their life. Their REAL life. They change. To be tied down ends up not being a good thing. Don’t get me wrong, I want the companionship too: cuddling, kissing, cute pictures, the whole nine yards. I would prefer someone who is mature though.
I’ve had an experience with someone who isn’t like that, mature. They are going to UNLV because they had no other option, not because they actually planned and wanted to. They don’t have a job. They don’t have a car. All they do is party. Well when is the party going to end? I have dreams and aspirations. I want to do something with my life. I will absolutely under no circumstances stay in Vegas. They graduated. Why are they just partying with highschool kids instead of actually living?
If someone chooses that life, they really don’t have much in common with me. I don’t mean to sound snotty but that’s sort of how it is. I realized that being interested in someone because you want a person there for you And being interested because you are similar people are two very different things that are hard to tell apart sometimes.
I realized that I don’t like this person because they are doing nothing with their life. I plan on living mine to the fullest. This doesn’t mean going from house party to house party whilst dropping out of college and living at home with no car, no job, drunk and high watching movies all day.
I will become something in this world. I will make a difference.
I will leave a legacy that matters.