Is it stupid to keep things that are ordinarily trivial, or mundane that others would not hesitate to dispose of or delete after its purpose has been served?
“Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them.” – Marcus Aurelius
Today I learned to be thankful:
Who knew making breakfast could be so anecdotal? I’m sitting here nibbling at the remainder of the bread made out of curiosity and cheese, and suddenly I’m full of ideas waiting to be made into a coherent thought.
Maybe I’ll never get over the little things. Yes, the exact same little things, little quirks, little events that I have and experience on most days with mostly the same people. See, the thing is, I look at it as a whole different experience in itself.
Learning about silence the hard way proved to be the most effective way to hit home with the reality that words do not always save the day.
Do you know what a year-long hug feels like?
It feels like homecoming, it feels like an accomplishment, it feels like breaking down a wall with your bare hands. It feels like the ultimate attainment of a promise given three hundred days past.
This year has been a year of travels and events, so it naturally follows that you get to meet a lot of people.
I’ve been absolutely blessed to have met new friends at school, in ministry work, at church, and even online. I treasure every moment shared with them and it makes me all the more happy to know that I’ve gotten to save the memories through pictures.
If you are reading this and we have met, I would like to say thank you for your friendship, and I am thankful that we have met. May we be able to get acquainted even more, and I pray that we will continue to be friends despite any circumstance.
To my beloved friends who are almost family to me, I love you, and thank you! Let’s go on more adventures together, and go on more food trips in the next year!
I am thankful that I have you all in my life, so please stay!