Funny story actually... I had been looking for a cat for quite some time since I was going to be living on my own at school. Toward the end of August a friend and I went to go look at kittens, not intending to adopt. We started at PetSmart to just see what kind of cats were there. When that selection was not ideal (not that PetSmart is bad) she ended up taking me to the Cat Adoption Team in Sherwood. She said they had a lot cute kittens, but like I had told her I was not inte
Living in the 21st century can be really tough, especially when it comes to mental health. There is a stigma about mental health and how it is percieved in todays world. However, my view on it is very different. I was diagnosed with depression when I was sixteen years old, though I feel like I should have been diagnosed much earlier in my life. I did not understand at the time what I was feeling- one day I was good and happy while the next day I could not even get out of bed.
As far back as we can recall, we have been making friends. Some who we grow with and some who we lose along the way. Over the past month or so I have been dealing with people in my life who have called themselves friends but recently, they have been far from that. Webster Dictionary defines friends as: "one attached by affection or esteem." What it does not define is trust. Trust has to be earned whether it is in a friendship form or another form of relationship. We as humans
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