Day 09 (Jan. 9th, 2015) - How you hope your future will be like. Hahahahahahahaha!!!!! This is a fabulous one. So, I'm an anxious person, and nothing makes me more
anxious than thinking about the future and the fact that everything I have been my entire 16 (almost 17~!)
years of existence could potentially change after I graduate and if that isn't the most horrifying things for
an anxious person, then shut up, because it is. A good majority of my friends are turning 18 this year so
they have the potential to move out this summer and I'll have just turned 17 so I'll either be stuck with my
family for another year, or I'll be a minor for another year, surrounded by and in classes with people years
older than me (I hope I never have a "fire" situation because I'll be horrified and I'll have to go back to
therapy...). I'll have to meet new people, make new friends (because I'm pretty sure that I won't have a
single friend around when/if I leave my state), and potentially start my life all over again.
Okay, so all I really hope for in my future is that the dear people I have selected to be my partners in
crime, mainly my boys, gamer-dragon, S0n0falc0n, USAY13, and Supreme-Hamster-Over
will not forget me and that I'll actually be able to make the proper decisions and do the things I have to do
in order to become successful and make something of myself. Hopefully, I'll make some new friendships and
connections too (which I'm actually kind of looking forward to). Maybe my YouTube thing will actually work
for me. Who knows what the future will be like? Well, they do say that the future is what we make of it.
Day 10 (Jan. 10th, 2015) - Discuss your first love and first kiss.
Oh this is a joyous topic -_- Not really my favorite things to really think about, much less talk about, so I'm
going to make it short and simple. I was 14 when I was first "in love" (if I could go back in time, I'd probably
go back to then and punch myself in the face, because WHAT THE HECK WAS I THINKING?!?!?!) and
technically had my first kiss. I don't remember much about that specific moment (because I've been trying
really hard to suppress the thought, obviously), but I remember that I was walking down the hallway with
my "boyfriend" and he leaned over to me to tell me something (the hallway was SILENT and we were the
only ones in the halls after school) and I decided then to look over at him and then bam, our lips
accidentally touched. Then I remember turning away and then almost running out of the school building
because I was really confused and had no idea what had just happened. Seriously though, I went home
right after that and I think I cried for like 2 hours...I don't know, I was 14, and it was the beginning of my
depression journey, so I was just really emotional then and so yeah...I cried about it for a while. After we
"broke up", I sort of made the goal not to kiss another guy on the mouth until I was at least engaged
(which I'm not so sure will happen just because of the kind of girl that I am XD).........I'm totally okay with
giving guys light pecks on the cheek, I give them to my dad and a handful of guy friends, because I'm
affectionate like that (I hope they don't mind...if they do, they haven't told me). But I've tried to avoid lips,
which I've actually been doing pretty well with, but I don't know how long that's going to last (going strong
for 3 years this March~ I wish I was this good at staying clean
I just passed two months though)........I
guess it just depends on if something actually works out with a special guy XD Anyway, yeah, tried making
this short. Having a "boyfriend" at 14 was horrible for me, and him being my "first kiss" or whatever was
Day 11 (Jan. 11th, 2015) - Put your iPod on shuffle and write 10 songs that pop up.
1. Stand In The Rain - Superchick
2. Funny Little World - Alexander Rybak
3. I'll Be There For You - The Remembrandts
4. Time - Hans Zimmer
5. Die Alone - Ingrid Michaelson
6. The Lonely - Christina Perri
7. Words As A Weapon - Birdy
8. Afterlife - Ingrid Michaelson
9. Ready Aim Fire - Imagine Dragons
10. Roll With The Wind - Alexander Rybak
These are all fabulous songs in my opinion and definitely worth listening to (especially Afterlife by Ingrid Michaelson!!!
That song is a serious life saver. It's super upbeat and fun to dance to
).Day 12 (Jan. 12th, 2015) - Bullet your whole day.
I hope you guys are prepared for this. I actually bulleted my whole day in my notebook from the moment I
woke up. The first time.
Woke up at 4AM; turned off alarm and went back to sleep
Woke up at 5AM; turned off alarm and went back to sleep (again)
Woke up at 6AM; turned off alarm and got out of bed
Got ready for school while nursing some sick people
Left the house for school at 7:41AM
Barely made it on time for first hour (7:45AM)
First hour (independent study) (7:45AM to 8:35AM)
Walked over to Cedar Hall for second hour (8:35AM)
Second hour (A Level Art and Design) (8:40AM to 9:30AM)
Walked over to Santa Catalina Hall for third hour (9:30AM)
Third hour (IGCSE Drama) (9:35AM to 10:25AM); ate some of my lunch in the middle of class
Walked back to Main Building for fourth hour (10:25AM)
Fourth hour (AS Level Chemistry) (10:30AM to 11:20AM); Worked in chem. group for 10 minutes, finished
group project, and then derped around on Tumblr and YouTube
Went to fifth hour (11:20AM)
Fifth hour (A Level English Literature) (11:25AM to 12:15PM); discussed the N word and racism (fun.......)
Lunch (12:20PM to 12:45PM); ate chicken and rice while debating scientific theories and transhumanism
Sixth hour (U.S. Government) (12:50PM to 1:40PM); silently worked on 4th Amendment packet
Seventh hour (A Level Probability and Statistics) (1:45PM to 2:35PM)
Learning Lab (2:40PM to 3:10PM)
Went home and watched Netflix for about 2 hours
Started working on CHM 101 and other homework
Started typing this out
Ate dinner (8:05PM)
And that's my day up until this very minute. This has been just different for everyone involved.Day 13 (Jan. 13th, 2015) - Somewhere you'd like to move or visit.
Alrighty, so I wouldn't want to really move anywhere, because I have moved so many times in my life and
I'm just sick of that stuff now. But I would definitely travel to places with someone or a group of someones.
I would seriously love to visit the U.K., mainly because I have distant extended family of my dad's side living
there. To be specific, I'd really like to visit Lancashire in England, since that's where my great-grandfather
was born. I've also got some family in Ireland and Scotland (specifically where, I don't know), so I'd really
like to visit there. But I am terrified of flying on my own, I don't know why, so I wouldn't go alone. So I
don't think I'll really end up visiting those places any time soon.
Sorry for this really uninformative one, it's one of my brothers' birthdays today so I've got other things going
on in my brain.Day 14 (Jan. 14th, 2015) - Your earliest memory.
Oh, this is a fun one!! I am never going to forget or doubt what my very first memory was. EVER.
I definitely remember that I was 5, almost 6 years old. My family was moving across the way from one
apartment complex to another, and I remember feeling very important for a smidgen because I was given
the very important task of carrying a tiny box of my books and toys (which I still remember to be a white
rabbit doll in a green dress with a pink flower pattern and a tiny white teddy bear, because I still have those
with me today and they're going off to college with me later on). But then I realized that I was fully aware
of what was going on so I continued walking, with a very confused and puzzled look on my face because it
was the moment when my brain decided to properly store memories and I didn't fully understand what was
going on around me.
So yeah, that's my very first memory. What do you recall as your
first memory, I'd love to know.Day 15 (Jan. 15th, 2015) - Your favorite websites.
Bullet point time!!!!!
DeviantART (I'm in my fourth year here)
Facebook (I actually really like the functionality of the site, even if some people don't)
YouTube (Hahahahaha...YouTube is a weird abyss of weird)
Etsy (I have found so much inspiration on there)
Tumblr (Of course, I freaking love Tumblr!!! It's also a very weird abyss of very weird)
Those are all of the ones my brain could come up with, since it just exploded at the realization that college]
is going to be a scary hell for me and that if my family of friends chooses to ignore while I'm there, I'm going
to be very depressed and I'll eventually have what danisnotonfire calls an "existential crisis". Yay for
growing up and potentially becoming a fake adult during my freshman year! (I'll be like starting high school
all over again, crap...........).Day 16 (Jan. 16th, 2015) - Your views on mainstream music.
So I like listening to music. A lot. Music is a big thing that defines me and a lot of my friends (I think almost
all of my friends are musicians...... O.O Life realization!). I don't like most of the songs that are considered
mainstream. This society doesn't seem to really like the music that I seem to like and I'm pretty sure that a
good majority of my friends might agree with me on that. I tend to stay away from the mainstream world
just because when everyone starts talking about it, it gets really annoying and bothersome when someone
mentions the same thing that another person said every 5 seconds. Yeah...so I guess I think mainstream
music is annoying and sometimes a bit ratty and whatnot, but I guess I'm trying really hard to not just
"artists" on their "artwork" too "critically" because everyone sees "art" differently.
Way to go Teddy, fabulous use of the "excessive" quote marks. Day 17 (Jan. 17th, 2015) - Your highs and lows of this past year.
Okay so I didn't have time to do this on the actual day so I'm going to take the time to do it now, sorry!
So highs of the past year....
Being in the Gilbert Arizona LDS Temple's Cultural Celebration
Finding out that I actually liked a guy who was not a pot head or thug like last couple of times, for once (heaven help me because I'll probably get myself killed one day for hanging out with these kinds
Becoming friends with Cody, Jenna, and Goose
Turning 16 (the celebration of the day of my birth has always been...interesting)
Being able to hang out with my boys a lot more now I had turned 16
Meeting a new friend at a party thing that I went to during the summer (I went to not one, not two,
but THREE parties during the summer. Look at me, having some form of a social life)
Getting my blood drawn for the first time and then passing out in my living room (resulting in a minor
Going on my first date the following evening
Starting my senior year of high school
Finding out that my best friend's family loves me (one of the happiest days of my life, seriously)
Deciding that I was going to start a YouTube channel
Some lows of the past year....
Finding out that there was a medical term for my chronic sadness: "depression"
When I relapsed multiple times in one month
When I openly told certain people about my depression and relapses
When I openly told the dA community about it
When I went in to counselling/therapy for the first time
Relapsing again a couple months later
As you can see, there is more highs than lows that I listed and it's because I had some seriously amazing
friends that gave me a chance and listened to me when I needed it most. So my advice bit for the end of
this section here is that if you don't have friends who make you feel like you can talk to them about
anything or that make you feel like your life isn't worth what it is, then you're better off just finding some
new friends. Don't worry about "replacing" them or anything like that. They're not uplifting you and you just
don't feel comfortable around them, simple as that. It's exactly like a relationship. If it wasn't working out
between you and your girlfriend/boyfriend, you wouldn't continue to be in that relationship where you aren't
happy, so why stay in a friendship that doesn't make you happy?Day 18 (Jan. 18th, 2015) - Your beliefs.
I really do consider this to be a touchy subject for some people so if you want to just skip this one and
move on, I'll let you. I know that some people don't feel comfortable about it (like one of my friends) so I
won't judge you.
Right, so I've openly told anyone whose following me on any of my social media that I am a member of The
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (A.K.A., LDS, or the Mormons). And I'm not going to go into a
whole preachy rant about what we're about or how I think that every single thing that we're taught is right
and whatnot like some other people might, because even I've had doubts in the past about it (just like
everything else in my life). But I will say that regardless of all the doubts that I've had, I now firmly believe
in what I was taught growing up and that no one or thing in the world could make me doubt or lose faith in
my beliefs, ever again.
Sometimes I get mocked or ridiculed for the things I did in the past when I had my doubts, or for the things
I believe in, but that doesn't make me want to stop believing. If anything, it makes me want to believe more
because what I know to be true makes me happy. My church and my religion is my happy place and it gives
me even the smallest sliver of hope when everything else is just darkness. It's how I was able to meet all
my closest friends (even the ones who aren't of my faith) and I don't know what I would do if I hadn't met
them. I've met some of the most inspirational people and fallen in love with the most inspirational things. I
found something that truly gave me hope and I held onto that firmly and there's no way in heck that I'm
letting it go.
I'm sure this sounds like I'm saying that my religion is the best and all that, but I'm not really trying to say
that. The point I'm trying to get across and am hopefully getting across is that I chose to hold onto
something and grow with it, that I really do attribute most of the good things in my life to how I've decided
to live it in these last 2 years. Generally, the lifestyle that you choose to live is what ultimately determines
the kind of person that you are and how people see you in your everyday life. #immormonandimproudDay 19 (Jan. 19th, 2015) - Disrespecting your parents.
Just don't do it, okay? I'll admit, I don't like listening to my parents all the time. I'm a teenager, and I
sometimes like to think that I know more about today's society more than them, but in all honesty, just
listen them, because even though society's views have changed from their days, the basic things that go
on in our lives (school, work, dealing with parents, friends, relationships, family, etc.) were also the basic
things that went on in their lives. They had to deal with all that crazy stuff when they were growing up too,
trust me, they were once teenagers too (obviously), but sometimes we forget that. Think about the things
that they tell you or try to teach you and think about what you would do if you were a parent with a
teenager. What would you tell them? Probably the same thing that your parents tell you. So suck it up, and
just listen to them, no matter how much they "annoy" you.
This advice does not apply if you feel like what they're telling you to do would hurt you physically, mentally,
or emotionally in anyway. If that is your situation and you feel like that's going to happen then by all means,
defy them.Day 20 (Jan. 20th, 2015) - How important do you think education is?
So, I'm big about education (and if you say it's because I'm half-Asian, you're racist...or am I being racist
by thinking that other people with immediately be racist??? Hmm.....), obviously, since I'm deciding on
moving on to post-secondary education. At first, I only decided to go to college because I was one of
those people who actually thought, "Everyone else is going to college so that means I have to go too!"
(way to hop on the bandwagon Teddy...way to go...) but then I understood more that I didn't really have
to if I didn't want to and that it was my choice. So I've made the choice to pursue theatre studies at either
BYU (any of the three campuses), ASU (to live at home), or end up attending The American Academy of
Dramatic Arts...if I get accepted into any of those schools. And I'm terrified to move out because I'll still be
a minor when/if I do. That's terrifying to know (literally one of my worst fears is that everyone around me is
going to throw a huge party to celebrate me not being around for a while....
). But it's okay, because I
know I have my awesome quad of guy friends who won't forget me (
). And when I'm away doing
heaven knows what and just freaking out about everything (
), they'll be around to calm me down.
"Teddy...you're going on a tangent again....." (
) Okay, time to focus on the actual prompt (
Super long story cut short, I really think that education is important because knowledge is what separates
people from idiots and knowing things will do you good. Also, remember that "knowledge is power, and power
corrupts". So study hard, be evil, and take over the world with your smartnesses!!!Day 21 (Jan. 21st, 2015) - One of your favorite shows.
*le gasp* Did I read that the prompt said "one"?!?!?! That is nasty for me because I have too many
favorites. I guess I'll just pick the one that I watch most nowadays, and that would be L&O:SVU (that's
"Law & Order: Special Victim's Unit, for those of you who didn't know that). I'm taking U.S. government at
school because good ol' Arizona requires that class to graduate (and I didn't like it at first, but now I'm
learning all the ways to avoid being arrested and it's great! Go Constitution and Amendments!
I always loved watching the show, but when the school year started and I walked into that class, I began
taking the things I learned in that class and applied them to the fictional SVU (I proudly don my nerd title)
and then I went from falling into the story line to scrutinizing how accurately the show portrayed how the
U.S. legal system worked in addition to the whole story line thing. And my goodness, I just fell in love even
more. And I really like their anti-abuse PSA, I think that it's really nice to know that it might just be a bunch
of fictional stories but they recognize that the things that are portrayed in the show can and do happen
sometimes and they're using the advantage of their wide audience to raise awareness for it. Good on them!
I seriously love the show for the factual application of the law and that they can actually get me to focus
on my schoolwork outside of school (I actually have SVU episodes running while I do my government
homework....yeap....y'all should know by now that I'm a ridiculously big nerd XD). Stuff like that is what
keeps my "professional acting" dream alive. Also, most people who watch the show, agree or should agree that Sergeant Olivia Benson is just
one of the most freaking BA characters of all time (and Taylor Swift named one of her two cats after
her which is just awesome). Day 22 (Jan. 22nd, 2015) - How have you changed in the past 2 years?
O.O ARE YOU SERIOUSLY ASKING ME THIS? A truckload of stuff has changed in the past 2 years!! I don't
even know where to begin!! Bullet point time!!
A lot of the things that I was super interested in 2 years ago are sort of like back-burner interests now
(anime, mainly, was a big one that people generally associated with me that's become more of a back-
I'm not as violent as I was 2 years ago (to other people
). Actually, I went through a weird goth phase
from the end of 8th grade up until the beginning of 10th grade....yeap, that whole freshman year...which is
why all the pops tend to stay away from me. I think I actually threatened to stab a girl because she kept
saying something about me watching hentai and whatnot (she was, is, and always will be a knock off
butthole who thinks she's so much cooler than everyone else just because she goes to our school and is
super girly but still likes to go hunting and crash through dunes....she is the freaking stereotypical white girl,
just saying) so I threatened to stab her and then 2 weeks later (after I forgot all about it and ended my
weird goth phase because of my new boyfriend at the time) got called into the office of one of my former
principals and was able to play it off so well that I was in and out in 5 minutes. My entire life before junior
year is just a whole mess of "What on earth is life?"
I have an almost completely new group of friends than I had two years ago. I have dropped contact with
all but 2 of my friends from sophomore year.
I swear a lot less than I did back in 10th grade. Trust me guys, my personality is completely different
from when I was 14 and really stupid and me being 16 now and less really stupid. I ran my mouth so much
and I had a serious problem, but that's generally all cleared up now.
A bit grimmer than the other changes, but I'm more depressed than I was at 14. Sophomore year, around
the end I think, was the year I "experimented" with cutting and I didn't really know what being depressed
really meant, but looking back on my life then, I would have slapped my young self in the face and told her
to straighten up a bit because if she didn't her life is going to and did turn out to be nasty very soon (but
not everything is nasty about my life right now!)
Little bit of comic relief, so I'm going to be SUPER obvious and say that I'm 2 years older now (well, duh,
I actually have a best friend and then a friend who's close enough to be a second best friend. I like
friends, they make me feel happy and light-hearted.
My strength and faith in my religion has grown a LOT from the time I was 14. I used to only go to church
because my dad made me, and then I met my best friend a couple of months later so that was a bit of
motivation for me to go, and then it wasn't until 4 months after that, in January of 2014, that I made the
decision to go because I wanted to go and then March came along and I honestly think that at 14 I could
have swayed to either side, but now I totally know that my religion was, is, and always will be the right one
So yeah, I've done an almost complete 180 of the violent, weird goth, swearing, religiously-failing individual
that I was at 14 (not a pretty picture, trust me) and become a slightly more refined and defined weirdo with
any idea of what life has in store for her. Day 23 (Jan. 23rd, 2015) - Give pictures of 5 guys who are famous who you find attractive.
Get ready for my freaky obsession time guys.
Obviously, since he's my current avatar, he's number one on the list: Colin freaking Morgan (I adore this
man, he inspired me to take up performance again). O-B-S-E-S-S-E-D.
Then there's Bradley James
This adorable thing and Alexander Vlahos
I just think Tyler Oakley is attractive in the sense that he is like an adorable little bunny (also another
inspiration of mine!)
And I don't really have another one to put here so I'm going to put yet another inspiration of mine (after
watching him in Ender's Game, Hugo, and Merlin), Asa Butterfield (that last name though)
Okay, so yeah, 5 famous guys that are either attractive or inspire me in some way. Have fun with that
weirdos.Day 24 (Jan. 24th, 2015) - Your favorite movie and what it's about.
Okay, I was totally talking to one of my good friends about it today so this is a very apropos prompt.
It really depends on the media the movie is made through. If you're talking about animated movie, definitely
Howl's Moving Castle. I seriously love that movie and anyone willing to sit through it with me is
automatically on my favorite person list. A synopsis and description of the movie is, you can clicky the
clicky thingy here
If you're asking about my favorite live action movie, probably Rigoletto, just because of the music in it and
the "lesson" the movie has taught me. It'd take to long to talk about it and it would spoil the movie so you
can read the synopsis by doing the clicky thingy with the clicky thingy
. If you're willing to watch this movie with me
while I cry my soul out, you're awesome and I will love you in copious amounts.
I love other movies too, but those are the ones that made me both cry and fall in love with acting the most
so I just love them to death. I totally think everyone should give them a try.Day 25 (Jan. 25th, 2015) - Someone who fascinates you and why.
Ugh, there are just so many people that I think "fascinate" me; friends, family, classmates, teachers,
strangers, etc. I'll go with a group of people that fascinates me: my friends. I know that I talk about my
friends A LOT on here, and that's kind of why. I love my friends to bits and then some, but sometimes, I
have a hard time understanding them. Sometimes, I can definitely read they're words or their expressions
and make serious sense out of them, but then sometimes, they do things and I just can't make sense of it. I
have one friend would, nowadays, sort of acts like he doesn't really care for me that much (which is what I
read from him) but acts like we're the best of chums and even responds to certain things when I mention
the words "best friend" (like, I'll mention something casual about my best friend and then he'll say, "No I
don't," or "Yeah, I do," only to act disappointed when I tell him that he's not the best friend, just one of
them). Honestly, how am I supposed to read that and not be a heck ton load of confused?? Then I have
another friend who falls into different moods at different times of the day and he acts completely different
each time and he's really confusing to hang out with (as much as I love him). This is my only real problem
with having mainly guy friends; I can't ever really read them without getting some seriously messed up
Can I just say that just like guys don't get subtle hints when girls put them out there, girls don't really
understand a lot of the "subtle" hints that guys put out there. Just....if you want someone to actually
understand what you mean, JUST TELL THEM BECAUSE THEY ARE GOING TO BE SUPER MEGA CONFUSED!!!!
WE ARE NOT FREAKING SHERLOCK HOLMES GUYS (of course, I am referring to guys in the literal sense)!!! If
we all just told each other what we really thought, ther would be less drama and confusion in everyone's
lives. So if my really-confusing-friend-who-can't-decide-whether-or-not-he-hates-me, my sometimes-
moody-friend, and even my super-awesome-but-just-as-confusing best friend would honestly just say what
they were actually trying to say without any subtle hints, I think that we'd all just get along a lot nicer and
I wouldn't have really confusing dreams where one of them is sleeping in my bathtub and I wake going
"Whadahekisdatcarp?" and just be even more confused because they're confusingness is invading my private
nighttime dreams! *end of rant prompt, thank you for your time. check in tomorrow when I tell you all about the kind of person that I'm attracted to...fun, right?*Day 26 (Jan. 26th, 2015) - What kind of person attracts you.
Yeah, all you weirdos out there, this ones for you (and for the not weirdos too, I guess). First off, excuse
my derpiness, I've been like this all day, spamming people with weird messages (mostly "DEMONIC
CHUCKLE") and I don't know how much longer this "giggliness" is going to last so bear with me.
So, this is a funny one, because about 3 weeks or so ago, a friend of mine who happened to have taken a
particular interest in me and he asked me if I thought he was "attractive". Being the snarky flirt that I am, I
told him that I found "attractiveness" to be a relative concept and that the idea of what is "attractive"
depended on who he was asking (yeap, an actual male was flirting with me and that's what I said to him...I
went all logical and nerdy on him, and he finds "nerdy" to be cute so that didn't help me...at all). He told me
that he was asking me what I thought was attractive and I told him that I didn't really have an idea as to
what I considered to be "attractive", but there are certain qualities that I happen to be drawn to, so I
guess I do have some idea as to what I think is "attractive"...
So, the gist of it is that, if you're quirky, act around me the same way you would around your mother, are
truthful, genuine, and you know that you wouldn't be the kind of person to make me do something
detrimental to myself physically, mentally, or emotionally, I guess we'll get along just nicely. I wonder if this
makes me sound too innocent and vulnerable......
There you go. Tomorrow, you get to read about my problems. Fun, right?!Day 27 (Jan. 27th, 2015) - A problem that you have had. So it's story time now chillens. By now, y'all should know that I've been battling a horrible enemy known as a chronic depressive disorder
(sometimes referred to as "dysthymia", I think). A good majority of the people I associate closely with
(meaning close friends) have had some form of depression in their lifetime, either during or before high
school (which breaks my little heart), but it hardly ever seems like it was ever a thing that existed for them.
For me, it's always eating at my mind and poking me in the consciousness. It's in the things that people say
to me, the things that I read, the things I hear, and the things that I see all around me. It's always
screaming at me and telling me that I'm not good enough for my friends, for my teachers, for my church
leaders, for my family, for anyone. I feel this during every waking moment of my life. In fact, if I was to be
completely honest with you guys, I would tell you that that's how I'm feeling at this very moment while
typing this. I'm actually talking with a couple of friends about it right now too (the friends that should be
going to bed but decided not to and stay up for me ).
But just because it's something that's always on my mind doesn't necessarily mean that there are never
times when I'm really happy or bubbly and whatnot. You can definitely ask any of my friends. There are
times when I'm legitimately happy with life and all that, but there are still little nagging whispers in my head,
and there are also times when I've just gotten so good at acting like I'm happy when I'm actually really
really sad that if I were to be tested on it in my drama class, I'd pass with flying colors.
But this is all besides the point of the prompt. Sometimes, it gets hard to deal with the problems that seem
to stem from having depression and then there are some times when the only thing I really need to get me
off the ground is someone to help me laugh a little. I feel really lucky to have the friends that I do because
without their support and their love, I definitely would not be able to get through any of the nasty things
that my thoughts are telling me.
This probably wasn't what the prompt was really asking, but I took some writing liberties with it. I can do