philphan wrote:Championship Teams
MJ and Pippen
Montana and Rice
Gretzky and the puck
Bluntz and Philphan
Champions are born, not bread.
Birds of a feather.
Bluntz wrote:Jojo wrote:I'm not even gonna ask you if you're high, because clearly you are
(then again, so am I)
estonian wrote:It's amazing how such old, over used, cliche quotes like "you never know what you had, until you lost it", "time went by fast, it feels like yesterday" are true.
It's amazing because even though we consider ourselves not smarter than the person telling us that, we still consider ourselves smarter or more well aware of our situations at hand. In reality, those quotes / lines have never been more true than right now.
I've always tried to, by always I mean since becoming an adult, live my life to the fullest. Everyday, I tried to spend like my last but without any danger or consequences being there; the feelings are never the same. A kid with cancer would appreciate a day without illness more than I could ever appreciate a day with all of my idols and models from my favorite calendar.
It's crazy to think about the fact that I have always tried to have the upper hand in these situations and it seems like it has never been achievable. Even with listening to elders, it cannot be beat. We have to experience everything first hand to really grasp on to the reality of the situations.
I look back at what I've done since I've turned into an adult, and even if its only been 4 years, it's still feeling like its been just yesterday that everything has happened and at the same time it feels like an eternity. Last year, at this Time, I was living on my own. I had my girl stay with me, I was popular, had two jobs, and much more. Now, I'm living with my parents, jobless, going to school, single and hooking up with my friends friends.
It's just crazy to think about how much changes, yet nothing really becomes different. I'm still the same person but it feels like its been one long lesson, and the lesson hasn't been taught yet.
I'm baked. Peace. Just wanted to let you know, there is someone who is reading these.