There will be change,
The days will be brighter,
Sun will be warmer,

Sorrow will be buried far away,
I’ll be able to  taste the rain again,
Dancing and humming in the moonlight,

My heart will catch its beat,
I’ll  feel my soul find life again,
With no more dealings with yesterday’s sorrow,

I’ll be new again,
My wings will be mended together,
I’ll dare to dream again.

(not my picture btw)




A few years ago, it felt like my life was really falling apart. I  had not a slight  idea  of what I was going to do in life. I spent countless nights sleepless trying to figure everything out. It was just so frustrating not knowing what you want to do. I have struggled a lot in the past couple of years because life hasn’t been a cup of tea. Maybe it might have been the teenage years, or just all the hurdles that came inbetween. I suffered through anxiety and chronic depression.  I spent a lot of time growing though, I learned so much about myself. The type of life I wanted to lead and the kind of person I wanted to be portrayed as.

When I was child I knew I liked to help people out and I wanted to continue with that. I loved making other people feel better, I don’t know why but it made me feel good. I also loved hearing about stories from other people and experiences. There is so much knowledge out there  in every life,that makes it so unique. If you talk to one person for just thirty minutes you can learn so much. You can learn about their favorite color or a great breakthrough in their life.

However, today I finally decided on putting some of the little pieces of my life together. It feels good to know that slowly,its starting to come all together. I cannot fathom how excited I am to enter into the new chapter of my life. It feels so good to know that I have finally decided my major, and I feel fortunate I didn’t have to go into a lot of time thinking about it. It just felt as natural as waking up in the morning and having cheerios on a saturday morning. I knew that this had to be what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.