I had this posted on another blog that I stopped using, but because this post was special to me, I just wanted to post it again. So, here goes:
Sometimes there are those moments in our lives where we realize, this is it. This is what I want. I’m happy. I’m carefree. Being surrounded by friends is such a great feeling. Not having to worry about all the stress that goes in our daily lives. That’s a great feeling also. If there’s something great that I want out of my life, I want to always be surrounded with the presence of people who love, care and support me in the same way I will do to them. As a high schooler, it’s not hard to realize that there are people who will constantly walk into your life, just as how there will also be those friends who walk right out of your life. In the midst of all these constant changes, I can only hope that those who have gone their separate ways have helped me to build memories. Those memories that I can look back on in the future and say, thank you. Thank you for helping me to become the person I am today. Thank you for allowing me to be myself and allowing me to embrace all of my weirdness. Thank you for understanding me, for accepting me, for laughing with me, for crying with me.
We are constantly searching for a place where we belong, for a place where we will fit in. And while this inconstancy is a steadfast reminder of how all relationships are prone to change, I know that these people entered my life for a reason. (May 29, 2012)