it’s all subjective, right?
it can come in the great milestones in life – pinnacle moments such as Graduation – or in the smallest things; moments you spend alone exploring and writing your thoughts, or when you meet up a friend you haven’t seen in a while to hear about their life, or having a cup of coffee by yourself, or trying on new dresses and feeling good for a bit.
I have another blog where it’s a place for me to just pen down my thoughts that I feel like the world wouldn’t want to know and read about; I just read the last post i’ve written and though it felt like I went through a lot of ups and downs this past month but hey, I look back at it and I can actually say that I’m happy.
God knows why my Twitter feed feels like I’ve gone through a funeral, but looking back at the photos on my Instagram (I refrain from giving people the false perception of my real life and my social media life so what you see really probably depicts what I was feeling at that moment) and the conversations I recently had with people I haven’t spoken to in a while, I really am happy.
sure there’s a lot of things I wished I could change if I could turn back time but I guess this is what it means when you can say that truly, when you look back at the trials and obstacles (even though they’re not extremely detrimental), I’m glad that it happened because everything happened for a reason and it was in God’s plan and everything that He does is good.
there’s truly so much more I want to learn, to explore, to read, to experience, to understand, to question, to love in life. I hope to be in this mindset or even better, when I look back at the month again.
cheers and loads of love x