As I’m writing this, I’m doing my homework, on New Year’s Eve. I decided to write for those who read my blog, well, because I wanted to end this year with a post before the new year approaches.
I’ve been seeing a lot of people on social media (especially Facebook) already saying farewell to 2015, even though it’s far from 12 o’clock where where most of them live. So, I decided to write my own little farewell on my blog since the year is ending.
Well, where do I start? 2015: You were a pain, in every way. You started off great, until you made me hit rock bottom a few months ago. I graduated, I attended my favorite band’s concert, I went back home and I recently visited London for Christmas with the whole family. However, I started school, started stressing out, cried ( a lot), felt like dropping out within the first 2 weeks of school.
But, all happens for a reason. In spite of school being such a pain, I did end up passing all of my classes and I’m already mid-way in my second semester. So, as bad as the year was ending, it did end up being good.
So. This year I have learned that you should take whatever comes your way, despite of how hard it’ll get. In the end, everything will fall into it’s place. I definitely learned that this year and I have to keep reminding myself of that along the way when it does get tougher.
(hears fireworks, takes a break to watch. Comes back after 10 minutes)
So, back to the post. I have realized that a lot of people in my age range (15 to 18 more likely) tend to spend their New Year’s Eve without family. I have no idea why or how they do it. In my personal opinion, I much rather spend my NYE with my family, because one day, when I have my own family, I would like- scratch that- love for my kid to spend it with their parents.
But like I said, that’s my personal opinion.
One last thing I’d like to write is this:
To all of you who have helped me when I was at lowest, thank you.
To all of you who have supported my passion and given me the best feedback when it came down to it, thank you so much. It makes me a stronger person. If you’ve been here from the beginning, thank you. If you just visited my blog one time, thanks.
I wish all of you the best for this new year. I hope ( like every single year) that this year will bring happiness and love for everyone (and money too). I also hope and pray for all of you to be successful in whatever you are trying to gain success from. Even when you do get successful, remember to stay humble. Everybody dreams of success, but only few stay humble afterwards.
So, one last time, thank you. Next year is going to be a good one (hopefully) and may it be one of your best years yet. New challenges, new battles, just old you (or new you if you’re towards a new change).
Happy New Year, ya’ll and I’ll see you guys next year (or in a few hours, really).
2016, we’re ready.
“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language
And next year’s words await another voice.”
― T.S. Eliot, Four Quartets.