6.) Knowing When to Quit
Realizing what’s right and what’s wrong for me.
I’m very fortunate to be living in a such comfortable environment. I’ve lived in the same house, in the same bedroom my entire life and I shouldn’t complain about it as I have in the past. Structurally, it stands tall and well. I have a lot of space to spread my limbs and I am free to decorate my room(s) how I please. Plus, my kitchen is amazing. But that will be saved for another entry.
Recently I’ve accumulated a multitude of clothing, jewelry, shoes, and purses from my mother. It’s really nice to have a little bit of help with my daily outfits even though our styles were completely different. Plus, they make me feel that much closer to her.
5.) Being Able to Laugh
I think one of the greatest things to share with someone is laughter. Having the right sense of humor (or even the worst sense of humor) can really make anyone’s day. I love the days when my cheeks and stomach hurt so much because I’ve laughed way too much. Yeah, I never have any fun with my friends at all.