For the past several months, from last year, I had been planning a Colorado trip for what happened to grow up to 15 people. Until now, I had been planning every single detail from housing, van rental, activities, and more. I had truly wanted everyone to have the best experience and I didn’t want to let anyone down.
However, this trip has gone through an incredible amount of twists and turns from people dropping out last minute, to losing our 25 year old which means losing our lodging and van rental, to drama within the group. I just wish people realized how hard I worked to get this trip to where it is. To plan ahead by many months, and to make the maximum amount of people happy.
Last night, I was very grateful that things had finally worked out with the trip finally having no more problems. However, another problem was encountered which caused a tremendous amount of sadness and stress earlier today… And yet another problem, a close friend of mine, had to go to the emergency room due to a hole in his stomach which was leaking acid in his body.
As I drove home and opened my door, I was about to burst into tears from the events of the past several months and the news of my friend. I sat in silence for a few hours just hoping it was all a dream of some sort.. But I realized that all of my concerns for the Colorado trip were gone. I no longer cared about all troubles of the several months.
A friend of mine was in a life threatening situation, which really put everything else into perspective… His family came to the hospital, and the look in his mother’s eyes was… indescribable.. No love like a mother’s love.. Very very fortunately, the surgery was successful… Thank God and the doctors..
Little things in life make us forget about how unimportant things are compared to larger things…
"I can live with doubt, and uncertainty and not knowing. I think it’s much more interesting than to have answers which might be wrong… I’m not absolutely sure of anything, and many things I have absolutely no idea about!.. But I don’t have to know an answer, I don’t feel frightened by not knowing things. By being lost in the universe without having any purpose. It doesn’t frighten me"
-Richard Feynman, one of the greatest and clever minds of history
I officially have no time to do anything anymore.. Had two tests and couldn’t finish either…
Can’t wait to get back to work…
this show won emmy awards
The Game of Life.
oh my god
what an interesting way to look at things.
lifes a gamble
and death always wins
because death has nothing to lose
Or maybe because Death’s a cheating whore look at that fuck hiding cards under his bony ass