I haven't been posting frequently, and I'm sincerely sorry. Between classes, work and just plain ol' life, I haven't had much time to do what I usually spend my time doing: contemplating.
It's a tricky thing, really.
I notice that in my blog posts and in my life, I do a lot of stepping out of the picture and reflecting upon things that have already happened: events that have occurred in my life, and I now spend time reviewing what I did and what I learned.
Lately, that hasn't been the case.
It's been a few weeks since I really reflected on the past; I can't think of the last time I actually contemplated things that have already happened. Whether it's the easy-breezy mood of summer or just the fact that I'm learning to let go...I'm not sure.
Maybe it's a good thing.
It's strange; it feels different. It's like I'm growing up (mentally) and moving on. It's like for the first time, everything that went down before (good and bad) doesn't matter so much.
That's because lately all I've been able to focus on is this future.
I like where things are right now, and maybe that's why I've been dwelling so much on how I can keep things on this route. I am honestly so damn happy where I'm at. And maybe that's why for the first time in my life the past doesn't mean anything to me. I'm over it, I've learned from it, now I'm grasping and reaching for whatever the future holds.
I may not have any idea what that is just yet, but I'm here with open hands, ready to get my fill.
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