Trying to find the one you want to spend the rest of your life with seems so scary. Since I came out of high school in a relationship, I don’t know what it’s like to date in college and don’t know how to date out in the real world. Instead of growing to know or growing old with my significant other as do many mature relationships do, currently I am growing with mine. We’re young, still so confused about ourselves, and what we want to do after college. Who knows what we will end up being? We’re tackling our firsts together, we overcame long distance, we overcame infidelity, we overcame all the silly, petty, juvenile stuff together. We’re a premature relationship where we each as individuals are still growing. We don’t know what we have going on or where it’s going but it’s real and we’re still here for each other. I love being in a relationship, I love being with him. Despite the fact I don’t know anything else but what we have, I’m happy with that and that is all that matters.
Getting my life together again…
I want to do it all! But I am worried about how it will work out…
I want to do at least one summer class before becoming a full-time student at Chapman.
When I am a full-time student at Chapman, I will probably do 15 units per semester and I will be a Business Administration Major, Emphases in Economics & I want to apply to Minor in Leadership.
At Chapman I want to join the Summer Bridge Program and eventually, next summer, become a Bridge Orientation Leader.
I want to apply and be in the University Program Board at Chapman, an organization much like my High School’s ASB that plans events.
I was just asked to be a mentor and play a part in the Mr. Solis Mas Fuerte Scholarship which inspires me to do community service for my hometown and high school. I really want to help!
On top of that, I was just hired part-time to work at the Hyatt Regency Newport Beach as an Operator, mind you a job that pays $10.75 an hour, starting in the summer.
I want to do it all, I really do!
I am so relieved my long distance relationship is ending in a couple weeks. About 7 months away from each other was the toughest struggle; it was the hardest thing to bare.
“We can’t jump off bridges anymore because our iPhones will get ruined. We can’t take skinny dips in the ocean, because there’s no service on the beach and adventures aren’t real unless they’re on Instagram. Technology has doomed the spontaneity of adventure and we’re helping destroy it every time we Google, check-in, and hashtag.”