As They Say

Hope for the best and be prepared for the worst. I used to be the Queen of Darkness, everything sucked all the time kind of person. I've gained a lot of confidence since those days, which has directly impacted my attitude. The less I am beating myself up over things, the easier it is to see that things will get better. I'm a terrible klutz, and backwards is my standard method of operation. I know that and I know that despite of it, I do a lot of things really well (just not orderly). I also have to balance out my boyfriends pessimism. I've spent so much time giving him reasons why just because something looks kind of bad at the moment, that either other people have it worse, or someone else had this thing happen and it turned out alright, etc, that I really ended up convincing myself. Life isn't a movie, where the whole leads up to some climax, good or bad, and then the screen goes black. In real life, the bad thing or good thing happens, and then it's another day and another. As long as you're not dead, there's hope.

racin4065 racin4065
26-30, F
Jan 13, 2008