was the first day of school for many.
Yesterday was mine - I started
American Sign Language 2,
English Comp 2, and Astronomy.
Warning, posts may be sparse, and possibly even scarce, from now on.
But I will update when I can, and this is my first year of college, and you know what they say; the first year is the hardest.
What I have learned over the past school year:
~ Do not say you are going to do something but then you don't do it (This is a very, very recent one)
~ A friend in need is a friend indeed
~ Life is never a "pass" or a "fail"
~ God doesn't yell at you. He gets angry sometimes, YES, but yell? No.
~ Life happens. You may as well be optimistic.
~ When it comes to doing/learning/trying new things, NO ONE GETS IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME. It takes repetition, dedication, and of course, practice to get it "right".
~ Don't let your gifts and talents sit on the shelf and collect dust. Use them, because you are the only one who can.
~ If at first you don't succeed, try try again.
~ Attitude is everything. You are not going to have a good time if your attitude sucks.
~ Enjoy the little things and try to notice what always goes unnoticed
~ I am beautiful, despite what might fly through my head or what others say, I am fearfully and wonderfully made. There will never be another me so I may as well be the me I am supposed to be.
~ Your smile and words really can affect a person's day
~ God's word is for everyone
~ If you have something to say, say it already!
~ I will be learning and growing every step of the way, I can't "get" everything now, even if I think I'm ready.
|Yeah, but a lotta those things are pretty cliche|
Yeah sure, I heard this from my Astronomy teacher during orientation: "Just because it's cliche doesn't mean it has become less true."
So true. Life is meant for living. And getting to bed on time. G'night.