The remaining photos from me and Lulu's late night adventures last week.
So I've just recently received my first few blog-related hate messages. Though I realize it goes a long with the territory-and I am not one to be offended by cowardly remarks made by those thoughtless individuals who hide behind the anonymity that the internet so openly provides- I just can't help but to address this subject head on. My blog is a personal space in which I express my dreams, goals, thoughts, inspirations, and whatever else I feel like sharing from my life. I created it as an outlet to share these things with others and to build connections with like-minded people who may relate or find a common bond with me. I realize at times I may not put my whole-hearted effort into every post, and sometimes I get lazy and share poor quality photos from my phone or lack original, profound, or well thought out words. That is something I want to work on going forward (saving up for a nicer camera and preparing posts in advance-even posting poems or short stories from my personal journal), but I think that is also something that makes my blog relatable. We as people aren't always perfect, entertaining, dressed up+made up, or brimming with witty remarks and interesting things to share. Sometimes we are boring, sometimes we're lazy, and sometimes we are just plain un-inspired. That's reality. So my point is simply this, if you don't like my blog and what I choose to post & share about- adios! Save your negativity for someone else and don't bother wasting both of our time by sending a message or leaving a comment that I will likely delete (but will most likely post just to put your ignorance on display and to make a point out of you). And to those of you who have been put down by spammers and anonymous hate: if they're taking the time to focus on you, be flattered, because obviously your life is much more interesting than theirs.