Cali’s “Eureka State” of Mind
• We pay cash for youth [immunity]
• As seen on [apocalyptic] TV
• Bringing the big screen to life [or ☠️]
• Best way to live in Cali is to be from somewhere else.
• If we can’t do [an apocalypse] in Cali, it can’t be done anywhere.
• You haven’t lived until you’ve died in Cali.
• We live [& 💀] by the code of FAST & FURIOUS.
• It takes 20 minutes [for infection], depending on traffic.
• In Cali, we don’t throw [a pandemic] away – we make it into TV shows.
I miss me
the art & the artist in one .
iamunLYSHed . ⛓
It wasn’t a “Waste” of time, if you “Learned” something..
Surround yourself with people who push yourself to be your best self..
Be fearlessly authentic..
Be careful with your words, they can be forgiven but not forgotten..
Darling, don’t ever be shy to dance your heart out..
No response is a response. And it’s powerful one.
Actions prove who some is. Words just prove who they pretend to be..
you are not selfish for saying no
Nothing worth having comes easy
Sometimes you just have to be done.
Not mad. Not upset. But just DONE..
Choosing to forgive yourself is self-love.
11 | 29 | 2020
November was a month of suprises, blessings, and self-discovery. It was a journey I didn’t expect that would turn out be to one of the best I’ve had. Although I lost a loved one in an unexpected manner, I’ve gained more friends who share the same vision and advocacy.
I consider this month also as a month of healing, discovering self-love and worth, and how God is working on my life. Indeed, when the Lord calls you to it, He will bring you through it. This month I was productive with my part-time work; I got a number of clients with my freelance online work; and finally, after more than a year of waiting, I am now officially a peer educator. Although my writing journey was suddenly suspended because of a lot of things that happened this month, I already got a plan for that and I’ll be working on those this December. One step at a time.
Working on my dreams, helping in providing for my family, and working on my advocacies as a youth leader makes every sacrifice I had done worth it. So one day when I am old, I will be able to say to my younger self, “You’ve done good.”