College dating blondes
That’s one thing I hold near and dear to my heart, and know I must value through all the years to come— it’s so important to have love and respect for myself and the world around me.When I truly started to believe in myself, a ‘no’ could not stop me; countless no’s motivated me and served as a reminder that the ride is the most beautiful part of the journey.I had set my heart and mind to something and I achieved what I had planned to do; I accomplished something that once felt like a vague, distant dream.As I graduated, I watched it all come together, in harmony— a milestone, a coming of age story as old as time.After another failed attempt at something I wanted so badly, I felt slightly broken and far from good enough, but a comforting voice of reason in my life reminded me, some of the most successful people in the world have heard the word NO more than anyone else.
I rationally know I’ll rock back and forth, fall too many times to count, get a few scraped knees, maybe a broken heart or two, but with the wind in my hair and hope in my heart, I made one promise to myself— I’ll always get back up. I’ll always have faith in my heart to do better and believe in the magic of today, the magic of tomorrow, and the magic of loving myself.Sure, the brunettes might marry them, but we get the upper hand now and that’s what matters.Not that we need proof to know that blondes are the sh*t, but science is on our side, too.I’m so thankful for the opportunity to share my thoughts and reflections like this, and I owe a lot to Florida Gulf Coast University for being the foundation for me to find my confidence and love for myself.
Thank you mom and dad, Mark and Morgan, friends and family for the endless love and support, and rooting for me.A major revelation in my heart was that I am an adult now.