i’m happy.

and that’s all that really matters.

i am so grateful for everything i have, everything life has provided me with, everything i’ve gotten the chance to experience. each day is an adventure, and each moment i spend sitting and talking and laughing out loud with the people i love just makes my life that much more complete.

please, take the time to notice and appreciate all the good things life offers us each day. it’s always the small and simple things that really make life meaningful. or at least, i think so. 🙂 this is a good life.

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what i learned from crisis core

embrace your dreams.

also.
you know what’s really important?
getting closure.
spending as much time with your loved ones as you can, while you can.
and telling them everyday how much they mean to you. not just telling them, showing them.

if you’re in gongaga, go visit your parents!
if you’re in nibelheim, go have dinner with your mom!
if you’re leaving for a mission, tell your girl that you love her and hug her and kiss her like it’s the last time you get to see her (because it just might be and omg i’m crying this stupid game.)

also.
i learned that
i love zack. i love zerith. and i hate this stinky game.

lessons from a power outage.

there was a power outage today. o:

people were thinking it might go until midnight and everything, but it actually lasted for just a few hours, aA! 😀

was pretty fun for the most part, dancing around in the rain, spending time with the family, chatting with the neighbourhood kids, and making bizarre plans with sisters and friends of visiting stores and acting like time travellers and whatnot;; my jolly mood did get disrupted a bit right before the power came back though D: (whenishowedmylittlesisteracutonmyfingerandhernaturalinstinct happenedtobetoPOKEmeRIGHTINTHECUTwithhersharpFINGERNAIL?!?! whyyy?idon’teven. plus, my psp ran out of my battery so i was upset i may not be able to continue playing crisis core tonight, and other such meaningless stuff. xP) but then i called my dad to tell him to come home quick and the power came back right as he was hanging up, so it all like, worked out and stuff, yay~

(andthenwewentoutsideandscreamedatthetopofourlungs thatthepowercamebackandsang”celebrateeeee~”andmaybe possiblymadeacaralarmgooffohmyjustjoking)

beautiful view: seeing all the houses in the neighbourhood’s lights go on one by one 😀 [ i didn’t get to see it D: but my sister did, and i can picture it; omg, electricity, and how much we depend on it O: >.

Rain and Sunshine: lesson for today: recognize and embrace the good times while they are here

justrainandsunshine:

don’t be the guy who doesn’t realize the good times are here until they’re gone, and spends all their time either dwelling on the “good old days” of the past, or worrying about the future.

if you’re lucky to have it all together and going well right now, realize what you have! stop worrying about…


full text:
don’t be the guy who doesn’t realize the good times are here until they’re gone, and spends all their time either dwelling on the “good old days” of the past, or worrying about the future.
if you’re lucky to have it all together and going well right now, realize what you have! stop worrying about losing it, or spending so much of your time working and working to keep the good times going, that you forget to take a few moments to stop working, and enjoy what you’ve already achieved! 🙂
recognize the gift that is the present.
embrace it. and enjoy it.
carpe diem, & live each moment, you know?
Rain and Sunshine: lesson for today: recognize and embrace the good times while they are here