As always, being home is so perfect. So familiar. So reassuring. Mad zen. (Captain Morgan voice).
Although I returned home this weekend for a specific obligation, I took the time to surround myself with the love + energy of some of my favorite people. Being home instantly brings my mind to the lyric: “they ask me what I do and who I do it for.” I’m always stressing how beneficial it is to simply keep good company. Always surround yourself with people that want to see your life evolve positively. People you’d like to see succeed and achieve, exceedingly. While it’s not always successful, the goal is to ride for those who ride for you! The 203 is home to some of the best people in the world, I swear.
I’m looking forward to the summer. Not simply for the obvious reasons of pleasant weather and no school obligations. Despite the series of unfortunate events that make up my whooooole life, I’m grateful for the way things are finally coming together and look forward to the opportunities that these short, summer months has to offer.
Just to give you guys a screenshot of my current situation: I’m sitting on the carpeted, bacteria-infested floor of NY’s JFK airport, awaiting my flight back to the DMV. Mind you, I was supposed to leave at 5:30PM.. which turned into 10:49PM ..and now finally, 12:57AM. Needless to say, my 4/20 was filled with tree, confusion, and terminal 4 selfies.
I’m so incredibly exhausted and wish I was able to cuddle up with bae (aka my three pillows), and watch Family Guy in the comforts of my own room. While that’s not necessarily realistic at the moment, I’ve chosen to instead blog and alternate between Netflix and Tumblr. The slowly dying battery life on my Macbook almost identically mirrors the dwindling state of my current energy level.
I’m so exhausted! This fog can honestly catch these hands at this point. All I can honestly say at this point is: pray for me. I’m sleepy as shit.