“If you press me to say why I loved him, I can say no more than because he was he, and I was I.” Michel de Montaigne
Good morning world!
So I’m back!!!! Spring break was fun, interesting, and of course something that I will never forget. I started the break going to the movies with my dad. We saw the incredible Burt Wonderstone. It was hilarious and light-hearted. In a way it was also a de-stresser from the past week of doing nothing but work, work, and more work. The reason I’m writing today is to 1) keep up with the posts on my blog so that it stays active and, 2) inform you about what I’m thinking at this time in my life. On my break one of the things that I caught up on was Scandal. There was a part in Scandal when the infamous Olivia Pope is talking to her ex about looking for an all-consuming, hard, once in a lifetime love. Today I was listening to Tevin Campbell’s “alone with you” and I couldn’t help but think about the episode I had just seen.
A friend of mine just entered into a relationship for the first time. When I first heard about it I kept re-reading it out of shock, and then I couldn’t help but to smile. I’m so excited about all of my friends finding love and moving to the next stage in their life. I think that for me, as of now, I’m married to knowledge. I find it pointless to even engage in a relationship at this stage of my life. (I still watch Tarzan and The Lion King whenever I can so what makes me ready for a mature relationship?) So for now, while my friends are engaging in the next stage of their lives, I feel that I will be embarking on the next level of education in mine. And when that time comes, I am the type of person to dive feet first and ask questions later. I hope whoever reads this and is in a relationship know that I’m rooting for it to last. If you are single and reading this, know that you are not alone and that good things come to those who wait. If I’m saying anything at all, I’m saying to just be happy wherever you are.