Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Beautiful Disaster

She loves her mama's lemonade,
Hates the sound that goodbyes make.
She prays one day she'll find someone to need her.
She swears that there's no difference,
Between the lies and compliments.
It's all the same if everybody leaves her.

And every magazine tells her she's not good enough,
The pictures that she sees make her cry.

And she would change everything, everything just ask her.
Caught in the in between, a beautiful disaster,
And she just needs someone to take her home.

She's giving boys what they want, tries to act so nonchalant,
Afraid they'll see that she's lost her direction.
She never stays the same for long,
Assuming that she'll get it wrong.
Perfect only in her imperfection.

She's not a drama queen,
She doesn't want to feel this way, only seventeen but tired

She would change everything for happy ever after.
Caught in the in between, a beautiful disaster,
But she just needs someone to take her home.

Cuz she's just the way she is,
but no ones told her that's ok.

This song is like my anthem to all teenage girls. So beautifully said.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Why do I have to get married to get stuff?!

All during my friend’s bridal shower this weekend I was thinking…what if I don’t get married- do I not get to register and get some house gifts?! It seems unfair that I won’t have the chance to get nice pots and pans or dishes or towels or coffee makers or bedspreads! Why do you have to get married to get all that stuff? I need those things regardless if I am married or not! Just because I don’t have a husband or a family doesn’t mean I don’t cook (well I don’t) or want to live in a nice, decorated home (I do). So I decided that if I am not married by the time I am 30 (which the way things are going is a strong possibility) I am going to have a 30th birthday registry! I won’t go too expensive, but I still will register for all the essential items that I still deserve☺. If I have to buy all my friends gifts when they get married, they should have to do the same for me even if I don’t. If I eventually get married, I just won’t register for things I already have. After all, most of them will get divorced and they will still have all their nice wedding gifts to use in their single life. While I, single, will still have nothing.

Monday, April 12, 2010

You know what I hate...

When people spell my name wrong and the correct spelling is RIGHT IN FRONT OF THEM. Honestly, look at what you're writing. Thank you.