Archive for August, 2011

Day 22

“how have you changed in the past 2 years?”

How haven’t I changed? I’m cared more about myself than others, I’ve better my education, I’m trying to be a kick ass mom, I’ve regained a sense of self again….
Yeah…I’ve changed in the last 2 years

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Day 21

Your favorite shows

Shit,…nowadays with as jammed packed as my life is,….there is no time for TV. When I do watch TV, its either Mickey Mouse PlayHouse or Phineas and Ferb. And I’m not going to lie, Phineas and Ferb, is the Kim Possible from my day. =)

#dontjudgeme

Day 20

How important do you think education is?

I’m just going to say “its very important.”

Only God knows if my son would snoop through my old blogs and one day find this and use it against me. So yeah,….”stay in school”

Day 19

Disrespecting Your Parents

Oh Lord!

The messed up part, is that we all do it. That’s the sad truth. My mom has a tendacy to get on my last nerves. She knows all the right buttons to push to set me off. And sometimes, without even catching myself, I talk back to her and disrespect her, of course with no intention to do so, but it just happens.

So this one time, after a blow out with my mother, she gets on my case about my attitude problem, and she told me “you need to watch yourself, because you’re gonna teach your son that its ok to talk back to his mother, cuz you do it all the time.”

One thing that’s more annoying than her annoying the crap out of me, is her actually being right. So I’m trying, let’s see where progress leads me.

Day 18

Your faith

Uhmmmm…..this is the same thing as Day 4
So uhmm yeah….just read that.

=)

Day 17

Your highs and lows of this year.

Well, I think I have had my blog long enough, for everyone to know what my low was. But even though THAT was my low, it really wasn’t. By now everyone has realized that I’m the type of person to look for the positive in all situation pretaining to my life.

The low point in my life definietly has to do with Baby Daddy. I think it was more low because my son misses him, and it sucked that he wasn’t around for my son, it had nothing to do with my feelings for him, but more my feelings towards my son and how this situation was affecting him.

The high points in my life, are definietly a lot greater. It has truly helped me realize how blessed I am in life.
In chronological order
*the relief of burden from an unloved marriage
*a closer relationship with my mom and close family
*my restoration in my faith
*another year older and wiser for me and my son
*reuniting with my best friend in Georgia (my first vacation by myself)
*receiving a calling from God to help out my community
*restoring my faith in love when I met my boyfriend
*starting school
*and my ability to multi-task

So yeah, I think my life has turned right-side up =) no complaints from me

Day 16

Your views on mainstream music.

I think I’m going to have the same opinion as everyone. I love music. Music are the words that my soul will never speak. There is a song for everything, for all the good, all the bad, and everything in between. Music can be used to excerise, to sleep, to meditate, to vent or just used as any form of emotional expression.

That’s not to say that that’s how I feel about music nowadays. I’m the type of person that listens to the lyrics before the beat, and most lyrics really, truly, upset me. These artist, are supposed to be our role models, they’re people who we look up to an admire, and all they seem to do is talk about sex, violence and parties. Now I’m not saying there should be songs about education and how fun it is, but I just wish they’d censor themselves more. I wish I didn’t have to be concerned about what type of music I’m filling my son’s head with. Call me old fashion, but I don’t think that there should be curses in all the songs, I don’t believe that sex makes the musical world go round, and I don’t think that drugs, alcohol and violence should be encouraged by our “role models.”

And another thing, by our “wonderful” role models. Grammer! If you are going to be singing about half these things, than at least make your lyrics grammatically correct. Don’t teach/encourage the younger generation that being illiterate is cute.

SMH
NH