It seems like just yesterday when I was sitting in bed, drinking some herbal chamomile tea (with the perfect amount of honey, of course), and just thinking: "My life is fine right now." I thought about that word for a while. I'm happy right now. My life seems to be predictable for the most part- which I am OK with, honestly. I think it's great. I've made a great group of friends, I enjoy all the classes I'm enrolled in, and life is pretty fine in general.

But today, my parents gave us the option of moving.
My head has felt kinda bulbous and out of shape all day. My fine little world would be turned upside down. You know, if I had been given this option towards the end of my Freshman year, I would have picked it up in a heart then. Back then, I was ready for change. Then things continued to get different as 2010 evolved, and now I'm not sure what I would do without the friends I've made. They've really made me who I am. I've known some people since Kindergarten and all through out middle school and high school. But the people who have really impacted me, I have just met in the past year. I don't know where I would be without them.

So basically, my past has really been affecting my future. That's I named this post Today. Right Now, The Present. Because my past choices have led me to this place, and the place I'm in right will lead me to my next place.

"Yesterday is History. Tomorrow is a Mystery. Today is a Gift, that's why it's called the Present."
Anyways- rhubarb pie is absolutely divine.



Anonymous said...

YOU are absolutely divine ;)

Hm. I don't know. Of course you miss the things you're beginning to love, but moving does bring some good. I'd rather you don't, though!

Sam said...

I would be moving to my Grandma's house in Southern California. It's a beautiful house, I've always adored it. I think I even wrote a poem about it in 6th grade. And we would probably own her smoothie shop. Now that I think about it, you would probably absolutely love the place. But yeah. Just nervous :/

Anonymous said...

Oh, wow! Well, I certainly wouldn't mind frequent trips to California. And I would get to try those great smoothies you've told me about ;) But yeah, uh, nervous is definitely an appropriate feeling...I'd say.