Daily Blog

Going to try to write on this every day, it is basically just a series of my daily thoughts on life.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Day 2

Everyone loves to start off a day with a laugh. This morning as I joined a new fan group on FaceBook.com I got my first laugh of the day and I decided that I thought it was funny enough to share it with you. Being a college student myself, I thought this was exceptionally humorous because it reminded me of something that I would do. This story that I read on the FaceBook.com fan page, is about a college chemistry student who answered a question that was proposed by their proffessor, on whether they thought that Hell was endothermic (Absorbs Heat) or exothermic (Asorbs Heat).

To view this just click on the link that I have posted here and then click Info on the tab on the fan page to read this funny story:



Monday, March 29, 2010

Day 1

Today is my first day of my daily blogging that I plan on continuing, mostly to get stuff off of my chest. In my daily blog I will open my mind and heart to you, the readers. If you have ever wanted insight on how my mind works, or are just interested in me, this is the place to get both of those things.

Today I decided something about relationships. With every failed relationship there is this sense of melancholy that comes with it. At times, we tend to feel as if the person from the failed relationship could've been "the one". We tend to long for that person when we are alone late at night or when we don't have anything to occupy our time. Well I leave you with one thought on this day.

Everytime I've had a failed relationship in the past, I have felt all of this. Recently, my now ex-girlfriend and I, broke up. Honestly, I miss her alot. Late at night I do think about her. Yet, if I think about it, my failed relationship with another girl a year ago, or even another failed relationship with a different girl from months ago felt the exact same way.

The point I'm trying to make, is that with every failed relationship that I have had, I begin to realize more and more is that there is no use mourning over a past relationship, because in a year or in a month, when we meet someone new, we are going to forget about the last person, and start our new "failed relationship".