Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Songs that apply to me right now, at 1:07 am on a school night

1. "I'm wide awake" -Katy Perry
2. "How to save a life"- The fray
3. "I cry"-Flo Rida
4. That "I miss You" song, miley sings on Hannah Montana when she is missing her mom.
5. "Mama"-boys 2 men
6. "Don't stop believing"-Journey
7. "Falling in"-lifehouse
8. "Riding solo"- jason derulo
9. " ain't no mountain high enough"- I have no clue
10. "What time is it" (at least I think that's what it's called? The one from High School Musical, you know what I'm talking about.)
11. "I love it"-Icona pop
12. "She's so mean"-matchbox 20
13. Every Train song ever- train
14. Every song by hot chelle ray- hot chelle ray
15. Every song by imagine dragons -imagine dragons
16. "You and I"-ingrid Michelson
17. That dumb new song by Bridgit mendler that has been stuck in my head for days. The only part I can remember is "when you're standing in the eye of a hurricane"
18. "What doesn't kill you makes you stonger"-Kelly Clarkson. You go girl

I'm sure there is like 85 more songs I just can't think anymore.
*side note*
I'm obsessed with lists, if you couldn't already tell.
*Late Night Musings*

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

You, have made all the difference.

Back when I was in 7th grade, someone helped me grow a lot. This someone just happened to be a teacher named, Mr. Hoopes. I was having a semi rough time in 7th grade. New school, more homework, friends, self esteem, not to forget becoming a teenager is crazy stuff. On top of all of this my dad's cancer came back.
I remember the night that my dad told the kids he had cancer again. I tried to pretend like I was fine and I didn't even cry until that night when everyone else was asleep.
I remeber walking into math the next morning and thinking: "oh crap! I never did my math homework!" I walked up to Mr. Hoopes' desk and hesitantly asked him if it would be okay if I turned my homework in the next day, because I had just learned my dad had cancer again and I had not gotten around to doing my homework. Of course he said yes.
Througout the rest of the year, he would pull me aside or out of class to ask me how I was and how my dad was. It was really nice to have someone to talk to. It was a big thing to carry around with me on my little 7th grader shoulders and something I couldn't ever talk about with my friends.
He really helped me to grow as a person. I don't know how I would have survived the rest of the year if he wouldn't have been there helping me out. I don't know if I could ever thank him enough for all he did for me. He has made all of the difference.

The Blog Stalker (that would be me) Strikes Again

I'm an EXTREME  blog stalker. I looove reading people's blogs! It's kind of a peak into their mind. How they view people,events, and the world. It's pretty interesting to me to be able to see something from someone else's point of view. I see links to people I know's blogs on their Instagram and Facebook and I'm like *ooooooooo* Then I proceed to read pretty much every post they have ever written.. which is kind of creepy but I love how people are themselves on their blog. But then I feel super creepy and I feel like I have to conceal information I learned while I was on my Blog Stalking Spree. They will be telling me a story and I'll be thinking to myself: Yeah, I know I read about it on your blog. But I don't say that out loud and listen to their story like it's the first time I've heard it. If you don't think anyone is reading your blog, I probably am, sorry if that's creepy. and if you want  me to start reading your blog comment your address or send me an email and I'll check it out!