God knows when was the last time I wrote or even entered tumblr. Gosh.
I guess someone like me can never really keep blogs because
1. I’m lazy.
2. I don’t like telling/announcing to the world my problems
3. What is exciting about me?
Maybe something is wrong with me, who knows? I did start a wordpress blog, but gosh I update it the most once a month. I guess school is partly to blame because I have been so busy that even sleep is a blessing.
Today is national day. I spent it in Malaysia. Patriotic isn’t it? I had seafood and more seafood. What made me come back to Tumblr was because my mother talked to me about how Josh Groban met Celin Dion. Random, but yes, it got me back here. I may not stay here for a long time because apparently keeping blogs has been difficult for me, but I just wanted to say, it’s a really interesting and sweet story. Well, at least it is to me. I have been listening to the duo sing the same song over and over again. ‘The Prayer’ is a brilliant song. Gosh I’m in love again :)
During the holidays i’ve had my up and down moments. The thing i’m writing here today is about the little things we tend to miss. During my down and unhappy days, i somehow managed to pull through. When we’re down, we tend to believe that that is it. We think that life is too complicated, frustrating, and pointless. However, despite all that, most of us pull through, most of us get back up and become happy again. I guess everyone has something or someone to help them get over this hurdle in life.
I say we tend to miss the little things, because we do. During the holidays the people who made me euphoric again were the friends. We may not notice, nor may we remember till much later, but the moments of laughter with our pals help pull us through. The crazy things, the fun things, the emo talks, and even the random comments, these are the little things that subtly creeps into our hearts and changes us. These are the little things that make us smile again.
I don’t really remember the point or why i started writing this post, but i guess i just wanted to point out how much small things matter. Does that even make sense? Oh well….