Hi weekend, you finally came!
However, I’m sorry I spent you doing pretty much…nothing and just sitting while watching the T.V. It makes me wonder a lot why I always end up like that lately though. I guess because of too much computer at work I’ve become allergic to going online via my laptop/Mac Book 24/7?
Sometimes, I even wonder if I could go on party somewhere (but I’m totally bad with parties so..) so I can have fun while chilling with the fancy tables with fancy covers from the website.
Oh well. See you again in another 5 days weekend!
For some reason, Thursday throwbacks and Friday flashbacks are such a trend that every now and then many participate in doing it. Simple, they share their old pictures as a way of reminiscing special times of the past. I occasionally join because it seems fun, you’re able to talk again with some old friends.
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This post was created in partnership with Southtree. All opinions are my own.
Why 14 year old?
This was the time in my life when everything in the internet were rainbows and pie. I could do so many things at the same time. I could stay away for a week. I could put my heart and eyes out as much as I can.
Looking back, I really miss doing these things. I always hated going to school because I hated waking up early and having to do homework but now, I miss school. As a grown-up, you don’t get looong vacations anymore. Huhu, why.