The girl on the bus with the Obey beanie, the purple hair and the black lipstick. I could only imagine what her wardrobe really looked like if she were to stand up. She is one of those girls that isn’t confident in the way she really looks. She hides behind her winged eyeliner and black lipstick that she applies heavily each morning. Her almost neon purple hair is noticeable as you walk past Gaebe waiting for the bus. Lacking the confidence that every girl needs, she makes herself into a new person every morning in hopes that she could be better than her real self. She’s always wanted that WOW factor about herself and figured that this might be the way to go. Naturally beautiful, I see her as I walk onto the bus. Sitting on the bus all the way to the right, first row; but who am I to judge the girl by what she looks like. She could possibly be the sweetest girl in the world, or the girl that has had the worst life possible. Her makeup and hair could possibly be her way of expressing how she feels and maybe even to cover up the hurt that she once/still is feeling.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
I did it. We did it. The class of 2012. I am super proud of myself for finishing high school. I know that both my parents are proud of me too. But I knew i had no choice but to graduate from high school, I'm more proud of the fact that I stayed true to myself, and the way I felt about things. Number one thing that got me through high school, was having my head screwed on correctly. Number two, enjoying high school, not enjoying high school while under the influence. I live by that phrase, "Above the Influence". Its kind of a motivational saying that keeps my head up high. High school was one of those places where I couldn't wait to go back during the summer, and dreaded the day while in 1st block. The place where I would drool over 2 guys while walking in the hallway. That was high school and now im ready for college. I'm ready to see what college will throw at me. I didn't receive huge obstacles while in high school, however I would like for one to be thrown at me. Just so I could see how I would handle it. I'd probably fail. Ill miss my friends, jokes, and memories - but the high school itsself?! Nahh not at all.
Saturday, June 2, 2012
Being racist is one thing. But being racist over the internet is another. Who wants to read what others have to say about racism? Why do people need to support this person? I recently came across a twitter page where a girl post racist tweets every hour. She states in her bio, "BLACK PEOPLE are stupid and ugly". What have we done? I find it extremely disrespectful. I reported her page as spam, and I hope, I pray, and I wish twitter does something about her tweets. I try not to read what she has to say but I cant help but seeing what it is she has to say. "Oh well, no cares about Brian Mcknight, hes just another filthy nigger." Disgusting right? She states that she has a "twin sister" who also tweets using racist remarks. A supporter of hers states " The Legend (States her twitter name) the main head of KKK Of twitter is Now On My TL! (:" Why would anyone want to support such a disrespectful person? I mean you hate us, you dislike us, want us out of your country, yet you want to look like us... I don't get it. You want to use us for sports but other than that we're just trash. I just hope people see the seriousness in these tweets that I see. I hope that someone does something about this girl and her twitter, along with her sisters.
Monday, May 28, 2012
Personally speaking, I DO NOT like Justin Biebers music. However, his new single "Boyfriend" is very catchy. The only part I really enjoy is the chorus. But over all his voice sounds amazing in the song. I'm still not a fan of his, but he has a nice chorus ;))